- s full of zest or vigor
a racy literary style
- s marked by richness and fullness of flavor
- s suggestive of sexual impropriety
- s designed or suitable for competing in a race
- Some schools are cracking down on the lookalikes, stiffening dress codes to stamp out racy attire.
- To date, mobile porn has consisted largely of still images, racy text services and "moan tones," which are sultry-sounding ringtones.
- That they were in earnest impressed even hardboiled Variety, which for once put aside its racy style to tell about the "Legion of Decency" in a straightforward article headlined .
- Kasey Kahne in SportingNews.com
It's a good, strong, durable, racy tire,Kahne said, adding, "Last week was unfortunate, but it's what it was, and I'm for sure that that won't happen again."
- Tony Stewart in msnbc.com
I'm pretty excited about it. That's the best car we've had in a long time,Stewart said at Michigan. "I felt racy today."
- Blake Lively in Reuters
If (critics) watched the show they would see it is not as racy as it actually seems, but because we don't have numbers it is about buzz. (The marketers) try to put us in the tabloids all the time and make up crazy stories about us,Lively said.