Examples of spicy in a Sentence
a spicy suggestion that earned him a slap in the face
Recent Examples of spicy from the Web
Case in point: the flaming-throwingly spicy Chicken 65 ($8.99), which here is pan-fried, not deep-fried.
The spicy chicken pops are a lesson in the tingling effect of Sichuan peppercorns.
At Vanity Fair, the always spicy Eric Spitznagel talks with cast and crew in a revealing oral history of the making of Meatballs.
Back on the Basque front, the kitchen puts out a spicy chorizo grinder ($9) that will seem familiar to Boise-area diners.
The food is impeccable, the cocktails superb (ask for their margarita with a spicy kick).
Most Americans grew up thinking of tacos as those crunchy, sunny yellow circles folded into a deep-sided boat just wide enough to hold a spoonful of timidly spicy filling and narrow enough to contain our ideas of what Mexican cooking is.
The result is a distinctly rich and spicy Florida Double Cask Bourbon.
So far, no Yelp reviews of the new spicy sandwich have been posted from outer space.
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First Known Use of spicy
SPICY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spicy for English Language Learners
of food : flavored with or containing strong spices and especially ones that cause a burning feeling in your mouth
: exciting and somewhat shocking
SPICY Defined for Kids
Definition of spicy for Students
1 : flavored with or containing spice a spicy sauce
2 : somewhat shocking or indecent a spicy story
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