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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishracyrac‧y /ˈreɪsi/ adjective  EXCITEDracy writing is exciting and entertaining and often about sex a racy novel
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racyIt's certainly not for the prissy of nature but then the original novel was also considered at the time rather racy.Give the media and the public something racy and mysterious and it will sell.The film is about only a very brief sojourn in Gauguin's otherwise racy biography.Something racy is just around the corner.A rather racy novel, if the cover was anything to go by.The restraint of her expression belies the worldly rush of her life in New York and her racy reputation.Pretty racy stuff for the era.a racy underwear ad
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