punchy

[ puhn-chee ]SEE DEFINITION OF punchy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUNCHY

Beautiful place, Punchy, and the mountain air seems to come down with the water and fill you full of strength.

Bagsby was a punchy man, with a bald head, and a nose which betokened his habitual addiction to the fiery grape of Portugal.

The wind would almost tear the roof off, and Punchy howled—he thought he was dying, too, maybe.

I get another cuffing around but I am too punchy already to feel anything.

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