Juicy - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈdʒuːsi|  American pronunciation of the word juicy
Brit.  |ˈdʒuːsi|  British pronunciation of the word juicy
- having strong sexual appeal (syn: luscious, lush, red- hot, toothsome, voluptuous)
juicy barmaids
- lucrative (syn: fat)
a juicy contract
- suggestive of sexual impropriety (syn: blue, gamy, naughty, racy, risque, spicy)
a juicy scandal


The meat is tender and juicy.

I want to know all the juicy details.

She sued her former boss and won a juicy settlement in court.

She's been trying to get a really juicy role for years.

Fresh news with juicy bits!

The fruit has sweet, juicy pulp and hard, black seeds.

...she claims to have picked up some juicy tattle about the candidate...

I just heard a juicy tidbit about your brother.

a juicy apple with a slightly acid flavour

Do you want to hear some juicy gossip ?

Want to hear a juicy bit of news?

A wealthy, juicy, broad-chested creature, steeped in ale and good cheer.

Word forms

comparative: juicier
superlative: juiciest
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