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randy

adjective \ ˈran-dē \
|Updated on: 22 Jun 2018
1 chiefly Scotland : having a coarse manner

randiness

noun

Examples of randy in a Sentence

  1. She was feeling a little randy.

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Origin and Etymology of randy

probably from obsolete rand to rant

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randy

noun
plural randies
chiefly Scotland
: a scolding or dissolute woman

First Known Use of randy

1762

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