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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraunchyraunch‧y /ˈrɔːntʃi $ ˈrɒː-/ adjective informal  SYSEX/HAVE SEX WITHintended to be sexually exciting, in a way that seems immoral or shockingsexy a raunchy magazine The show was quite raunchy.
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raunchyIn the end the show went on far longer than we expected and was fairly raunchy.There used to be some pretty raunchy characters come in this saloon.How many girls can a 17-year-old with a raunchy guitar bed at one time?raunchy jokesSome raunchy moments make it questionable for young kids, who will otherwise love it.Bette Midler came up with a typically raunchy performance that delighted the audience.They rub each other up the wrong way, and yet end up having a raunchy scene in a motel room.As schools get Internet access, they become responsible, like it or not, for keeping students off raunchy Web sites.
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