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- adj. comparative form of peaky: more peaky
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Jag will also sell a few set-to-kill XJ's with a peakier supercharged engine the SuperSport model and that car will motor to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds, on the strength of 510 hp.
Poor fellow! he seemed peakier and more sallow than when I had seen him last.
"It's a little bit smaller and a little peakier and there are just sick waves out there."
Meanwhile the soon-to-arrive (in Ireland, at least), more powerful two-litre turbo is a tad heavier and more thirsty and, though it's quicker in 0-100 terms, the peakier power delivery may pall.
The stacks don't produce visible smoke or any smell and the Environmental Protection Agency considers peakier plants a minor source of emissions that don't effect air quality.