Examples of spicy in a Sentence
a spicy suggestion that earned him a slap in the face
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This pie came piled high with the toppings promised in the menu’s description: salty pepperoni, spicy sausage, unctuous black olives, crispy (well, relatively crispy) green peppers, onions, mushrooms … truly, the works.
Shaanxi’s culinary fares are bursting with flavor; savory, sweet, spicy, sour.
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The sauces come in six flavors, including two spicy varieties, and are sold at small shops such as Rubino's in Tinley Park and large markets in multiple locations including Walt's, Caputo's and Strack & Van Til.
The smell of pumpkin is instantly recognizable, while the chai component features ginger, cinnamon, and other spicy flavors.
Their combinations, carefully calibrated, look to hit all the spots: sweet, spicy, salty.
That gives the whiskey a full, oily body that goes well with its bold, spicy flavor and fruit notes — red apples, plums, raisins — as well as hints of baking spice and toffee.
By Jack Holmes Drinks Sep 14, 2017 Mulled Wine Will Keep You Warm All Season Long Add a mug of this sweet and spicy cocktail to your winter lineup.
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First Known Use of spicy
Synonymsbawdy, blue, gamy (or gamey), lewd, off, off-color (or off-colored), racy, ribald, risqué, salty, suggestive
Related Wordsleering; barnyard, coarse, coarse-grained, crude, earthy, foul, gross, vulgar; dirty, filthy, gutter, indecent, lascivious, locker-room, nasty, obscene, pornographic, porny, prurient, raunchy, smutty, stag, unprintable, unpublishable, warm, X-rated; immodest, indecorous, indelicate, naughty
Near Antonymsclean, decent, G-rated, nonobscene; innocuous, inoffensive; priggish, prim, prudish, puritanical, staid, straitlaced (or straightlaced), Victorian; correct, decorous, genteel, nice, polite, proper, respectable, seemly
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