racily meaning

Pronunciation:   "racily" in a sentence
  • Adverb: racily
    1. In a racy manner
      "racily vernacular language"

    See also: racy


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  1. And there will be bias-cut dresses, jewels racily set on nude slips, and a few good suits.
  2. These were an early type of Welsh Sheepdog, higher on the leg and more racily built than the modern day breed.
  3. This was also one of Sir Nicholas Denys'headquarters and fishing stations, he having arrived at LaHave, Nova Scotia with de Racily.
  4. To these we can add a wonderful new volume of Roth's short stories in vivid, racily colloquial English translations by the poet Michael Hofmann.
  5. The style is racily idiomatic and each fable is accompanied by a short moral and a longer reflection, which set the format for fable collections for the next century.

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