Examples of punchy in a Sentence
shrimp in a punchy sauce
She was punchy with fatigue.
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Unlike the movie that follows, the to-the-point lead-in is punchy and climactic.
Carve that bird, set out a leafy green salad with a punchy vinaigrette, and dinner is served.
The site is know for its incremental and fast-paced coverage of local happenings, and the often-punchy voices of its writers.
But give me a nice glass of something dark and punchy with an ABV in the 7s.
The gorgeous cookware pieces come in several bright, punchy patterns: Rose Shadow, Country Garden, Flea Market, and Vintage Floral.
That implies a roughly 5% decline in same-store sales, given the still-punchy pace of store openings.
Combining punchy valuations with massive losses means taking the entrepreneurial art form to a dizzying extreme.
Reid often switches up her pieces based on the pattern or color of her dress rotating between statement necklaces, punchy earrings, or the odd bracelet.
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First Known Use of punchy
Synonymsaddle, addled, addlepated, bedeviled, befogged, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, bushed [chiefly Australian], confounded, confused, dazed, distracted, dopey (also dopy), fogged, mixed-up, muddleheaded, muzzy, pixilated (also pixillated), punch-drunk, dizzy, raddled, shell-shocked, silly, slaphappy, spaced-out (or spaced), spacey (also spacy), stunned, stupefied, zonked, zonked-out
Related Wordssenseless, unconscious
Near Antonymsalert, conscious
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