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  • adjective comparative form of juicy: more juicy


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  • The kernel appeared "juicier" actually oilier than that of the commercial walnut.

    Black walnut experience

  • The kernel appeared "juicier" actually oilier than that of the commercial walnut.

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  • I expect that the journalists consider it "juicier" to report the "Obama is a terrorist" nonsense than to review Obama's record at Harvard Law.

    Norman Horowitz: Blame the Messenger

  • I don't hold this against Prada's creation though, because instead it offers an attractive almost-fruity characteristic, which makes the powdery note a little" juicier" than usual, and a charming sandalwood-vanilla drydown that is soft and cuddly, in a fluffy-skin-scent sort of way.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I think teabaggers get more coverage by being outrageous (and therefore creating a "juicier" story), but that can't be the entire explanation; left-wing groups like Code Pink who try to be outrageous to attract coverage haven't been remotely as successful.

    Center for American Progress Action Fund

  • Had we sold an ATM (at-the-money) call, we would have received "juicier" premium and greater protection to the downside, yet selling an ATM call would also represent a greater possibility of having our long stock called away.

  • He added the incident -- which he dubbed the season's "lowest point" -- was much "juicier" than anything viewers have seen on the first three episodes of

    Reality TV World: Reality TV News

  • Without the full orchestra, we do get to hear Newman sing it to us more intimately, but I think the orchestra helped it sound "juicier," you know?

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  • From an attacker's perspective, there can be few "juicier" targets than a software update server.

    Datamation Security

  • My Favorite Stat Lines of the Steroid Era As we move forward from the age of Sosa, McGwire, Andro, BALCO, HGH, PED, OPP, et al, I thought it would be amusing to revisit some of the "juicier" (get it?) stat lines from the

    Gheorghe: The Blog


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