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In Australia, Coonawarra and South Australia’s Adelaide Hills are known for racy, spicy cabernets as well as the more famous shiraz.

There are three other trims—Sport, Trekking and Trekking Plus—but none of them is exactly racy or off-road ready.

The feel is racier and sometimes a bit firmer than desired through never-ending rock gardens, but considering the fact that I was faster on more than a few favorite trails, these minor quibbles seem worth the performance benefits.

Also, once I started adding entries online to supplement the ones in the paper, I’d often put the racier ones near the bottom of the list.

It combines ripe, fleshy fruit with a touch of racy, grassy acidity familiar to fans of New Zealand’s savvies.

All 130 employees share a similar vision and all seem very gung ho about their racy products.

Apparently, Minaj received a slew of offensive tweets and rude Instagram comments in response to the racy image.

And for the actual too-racy-for-primetime moments, edit them out just like you do for the straights.

US Airways inadvertently tweeted an—ahem—racy photo involving a lady and a toy plane.

One of his primary challengers thinks so in a slightly racy Internet video that he has posted on his website.

He who is of so lofty a rank as to be above repartee, ought never to joke in a racy kind of way.

The whole effect was weirdly eloquent, rather than racy or exciting.

Its style is pointed and racy; the author talks about what he knows and what he knows intimately.

If the racy and delicious flavor of the original is not always preserved, it is no fault of the translator.

The magistrate smiled, and the spectators moved to the nearer benches to enjoy this racy man.

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On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to racy, such as: animated, entertaining, lively, poignant, saucy, and bright.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.