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Bass is accurate, punchy, though it doesn’t have the most rumble.
I found the sub’s output punchy and clean, but it did get a little muddy when I first set it up directly next to my TV cabinet.
While she is a heavy favorite to win gold, it can’t be ignored that she’s more comfortable in larger, punchier surf.
Pioneer DJ calls its variation of this port the Vortex Bass Accelerator and claims that its free-flowing air keeps the bass punchy and free from unwanted vibrations and distortion.
While a punchy chorus and fast-paced tempo marked STAYC’s debut single, the new track features more laid-back tunes over a slower rhythm.
He had an answer ready for everything Lehrer and Obama threw at him, and his answers were punchy and memorable.
Some years back, I found myself in mid-book tour, 10 days or so in, a bit punchy and tired of my own voice.
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.
They rode punchy Burma ponies, with string stirrups, red cloth saddles, and red bell-rope headstalls.
On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to punchy, such as: confused, dazed, and groggy.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.