- s constituting or expressed in slang or given to the use of slang
a slangy expression
- Daz, Lahiri's fellow Pulitzer winner, writes wild, slangy, funny prose laced with Dominican Spanish and Star Trek references.
- As always it was fresh, delicate; strange to slangy Manhattan.
- Handsome, bespectacled, studiously slangy Father Rice, 31, helped found the Catholic Radical Alliance in Pittsburgh on May Day 1937.
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- Chubbies Raises $4 Million Giving Bros A Weekend Uniform
Slangy marketing and a singular vision of weekend wear has netted Chubbies, a manufacturer and online retailer of men's shorts, a $4 million round of funding from some of the biggest names in fashion and retail investing. Read More
April 14, 2014 - TechCrunch
- Grant Barrett in Forbes
Are you tracking the term `toe-tapper?' That's gotten more traction than `wide stance' so far,Barrett said. "They both have too much cachet. They're political, social, new, slangy and a little naughty."
- David Lowery in Red and Black
Apparently most of the artists that go over there, they won't fly in the helicopters, they won't do ground convoys and stuff like that,Lowery said. "It's interesting because our song is such slangy, shit talking, solider stuff - we were...
- Pico Iyer in New York Times
Dyer is able "to summon and advance European high culture with a slacker casualness, to mix a with-it, slangy, trans-Atlantic prose with the concerns of classic fiction," our reviewer, Pico Iyer, said.