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Definition of racy:

  1. Having a strong flavor indicating origin; of distinct characteristic taste; tasting of the soil; hence, fresh; rich.
  2. Hence: Exciting to the mental taste by a strong or distinctive character of thought or language; peculiar and piquant; fresh and lively.

Synonyms:

live, blue, animated, drab, ribald, perky, alert, vivacious, puritanic, peppery, airy, forcible, dark, blueish, kinetic, autobiographical, piquant, rich, keen, toothsome, exhilarating, hot, copious, pizzazzy, plenteous, fictitious, game, decent, depressed, earthy, gentle, active, sexy, bawdy, bouncy, plentiful, mettlesome, peppy, smart, zippy, high, robust, downhearted, full of life, sportive, puritanical, savory, low-spirited, animate, luscious, aristocratic, filmic, patrician, jaunty, jazzy, dreary, brisk, voluptuous, deep, naughty, resilient, spicy, risque, gamey, spunky, sorry, low, zesty, flavorous, off-color, bouncing, lively, buoyant, dingy, indecent, suggestive, dull, sprightly, clever, spirited, productive, sharp, appetizing, bright, pert, gamy, merry, ample, biographical, vital, snappy, strong, drear, bluish, gritty, exciting, scabrous, savoury, provocative, erotic, witty, gloomy, classic, downcast, sparky, gory, pungent, abridged, frisky, saucy, blasphemous, springy, forceful, playful, juicy, grim, full-bodied, stimulating, off, red-hot, spanking, epic, salty, energetic, blue-blooded, gay, lewd, dismal, rattling, profane, disconsolate, fertile, folklore, aristocratical, down, vigorous, fictional, fat, fiery, down in the mouth, dispirited.

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