Definition of "racier" [racier]

  • Comparative form of racy: more racy (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "racier" in a sentence
  • "Cars built in America and overseas were even racier by 1968, when the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, seeking to reduce roadway accidents across nations of diverse languages and driving habits, took steps to standardize use of the stop sign in Europe."
  • "Now it seems Google may have cleaned up Google Images, as well, weeding out the racier autocomplete suggestions."
  • "Tall and lean, with a hawkish nose and a wry wit, he crafts wines which are a little leaner and racier than Lafon's, a style that has made him a favorite with sommeliers and other acid freaks i.e., fans of high-acid wines."