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bordering on indelicacy or impropriety

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full of zest or vigor

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marked by richness and fullness of flavor

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suggestive of sexual impropriety

designed or suitable for competing in a race

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This year, organizers went for something a bit racier, an exploration of sexual desires and sex appeal within the beauty industry.
Torchwood star John Barrowman has revealed the new sci-fi spin-off is much racier than kids' favourite Doctor Who.
It was Paula who also took the racier bondage photos for private clients that the Kefauver investigation targeted.
The Free Press is shrinking more dramatically the "Free Time" section, its version of the racier club/ society pages pull-out section that is common in newspapers for a local GLBT audience.
From washable rope and knots to racier sexual discussions, Wiseman's frank survey will appeal to those on the kinky side of sexual habits, and offers many practical considerations.
A bisexual club captain, a failed Bollywood actress and a Triad gang will make the new series even racier.
Others, like Tulsa Slut, 2002, Solo Gigolos, 2002, Sex at Noon Taxes, 2002, were consciously racier, conjuring adult film titles--but still disjointedly absurd, working against the majesty of their backgrounds in the same way porn makes a mockery out of narrative.
Virgin's Triangle is a stereotyped - or perhaps, since the protagonist is a programmer, computerized - novel, as predictable as a Mills and Boon romance, though racier and better written.
Kavanagh manages to present the personal side of Ashton in a manner that combines good taste and a matter-of-fact approach, with no stinting on the racier aspects of his relationships and conflicts.
Filled with anecdotes from the Talmud and written in a racier tone than the others, "Talia" is a tour de force, the most difficult but the most impressive fiction in the collection.
And CBS's Chicago Hope, also set in a Chicago hospital, while not yet doing as well as its racier competition, is gradually picking up, too.
It was frequently reprinted after Irving expurgated racier passages, which offended descendants of the Dutch.
When "X-Men: The Movie" opens in theatres across the country on Friday, July 14th, stay-at-home fans interested in racier fare will be able to watch an X-rated spoof on the Internet.
She said: "There was some racier stuff which had to be cut.