juicier juicier  /dʒu ˈɪs jər/


  1. (adj) full of juice
  2. (adj) having strong sexual appeal
  3. (adj) lucrative
  4. (adj) suggestive of sexual impropriety


Derived Word(s)


  1. But a simpler answer may lie in that writers who have relationships with the couple are expected to produce juicier observations than those on the outside.
  2. This film opts for the juicier tale.
  3. Litt, who in mid-December took on the even juicier task of prosecuting Bernard Madoff, is deliberate, with an extreme attention to detail.


  • Chicken Cordon Bleu inspires burger version

    The classic flavors of Chicken Cordon Bleu — ham, Swiss cheese and thyme — inspire this easy chicken burger, made juicier with dark meat or a bit lighter if you use breast meat.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Detroit News


  1. "As it stands I'm retired from the sport of boxing but the contract, if it keeps getting any more juicier, it's going to be very hard to turn down," Green said. "It's almost a ridiculous offer at the moment. Ever since I retired the public...
    on Jun 23, 2008 By: Danny Green Source: Advertiser Adelaide

  2. Simpson says she knows exactly who leaks information to the media when she reads the tabloid reports adding, "I know who they are, and none are my friends. Trust me, if inside sources were my friends, the magazines would have a lot juicier info!"
    on Oct 17, 2006 By: Jessica Simpson Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  3. Frank told the Herald that, while he doesn't think all conservatives blame blacks for today's mess, "I believe that for some of them, there'sa racial element that makes this a juicier target."
    on Oct 6, 2008 By: Barney Frank Source: Boston Herald

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