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Definition of "juicily" []

  • Full of juice (adjective)
  • Provocatively interesting; spicy (adjective)
  • Voluptuous or seductive (adjective)
  • Profitable (adjective)
  • In a juicy manner. (adverb)

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Use "juicily" in a sentence
  • "Alan Titchmarsh, presenter of Gardeners' World for seven years and subsequently of other BBC horticultural offerings such as his cruelly ridiculed amble with the Prince of Wales around the future king's estate, has defected to ITV: his debut there in Love Your Garden is juicily scheduled at a preemptive 8pm, ending just as Monty Don, now on his second stint, comes on air on BBC2."
  • "In other words, the truckside seduction is so juicily ridiculous that I can't just laugh at it."
  • "To this day I will never know whether or not they were actually scrumptious, because as I tried to cut into one of them my knife slipped and both of them squirted juicily onto my lap."