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tattered

  • brand-new, decked, dolled up.
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Racy

Antonyms of RACY
Examples of usage:
  1. The lady was Ellen Kinvig, known of old to all and sundry as Nelly, Ness, or Nell, but now to everybody concerned as Mistress Capt'n Davy Quiggin, six- and- twenty years of age, tall, comely, as blooming as the gorse; once as free as the air, and as racy of the soil as new- cut peat, but suddenly grown stately, smooth, refined, proud, and reserved. - "Capt'n Davy's Honeymoon 1893" by Hall Caine
  2. Because these administrations, with their daily rows, furnish as racy news as prizefights or divorce cases. - "Plunkitt of Tammany Hall" by George Washington Plunkitt
  3. But I happen to have discovered something that both those gentlemen have been mixed up in, in Mexico, something- oh, by Jove, but it's racy! - "The Enchanted Canyon" by Honoré Willsie Morrow
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