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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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Racy Butler John Fletcher with Tesco shopper Sangita Sohpal.
The Archers has become increasingly racy over the past 18 months.
Racy describes the tarab phenomenon as "a multifaceted domain within which the music and its ecstatic influence are conceptually and experientially linked" (p.
The book, written during Franklin Roosevelt's second term, had been "deemed unpublishable, mainly for the racy content," according to an article by the Heinlein Society's Deb Houdek Rule.
But despite the ravages of time, Playboy remains the best-selling men's magazine in the face of competition from racy lad mags like Maxim and FHM.
made a refreshing decision recently when it announced that it would no longer carry such racy men's magazines as Maxim, Stuff, FHM, and Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition.
The real issue is not whether advertisers are using sex but whether the use of racy advertising brings benefit to the brand in the longer term.
Readers looking for a racy, entertaining romp full of plot twists, scandal and exposed secrets will not be disappointed.
Despite the work's racy title--Princess Goes to Bed with a Mountain Bike, 2001--there's no need for parental guidance in this girlworld fairy tale, which unfolded like a movie sequence or a comic strip across three walls of the gallery.
Love and Rockets is certainly not porn, but it swings in all directions and always manages to find the race in racy.
Powers (Morte D'Urban) and Edwin O'Connor (The Edge of Sadness) never did, brings the same sort of racy intrigue to papal politics in this tale of the next papal enclave.
With racy dialogue and exciting music, the musical showed Wesley's impact on the highly colourful and also corrupt society of 18th century England, and his challenge to the established church of the day.
The films -- which earned their place in history thanks to three daring young actresses who undertook these racy, and riveting roles -- pay tribute to an extraordinary time before the censors cut the party short.
The tyre company ditched their famously racy pin-up pics in last year's calendar, focusing instead on arty portraits of "women of achievement".
The racy film - inspired by US President Barack Obama calling home insulation "sexy" in a speech - ends with the slogan: "If everyone was this turned on by energy efficiency, our homes would be a lot warmer and cheaper to heat.