Definitions

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  • adj. comparative form of peaky: more peaky

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Examples

  • 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.

    Jaguar XJ: The Hottest Cat on the Road

  • Poor fellow! he seemed peakier and more sallow than when I had seen him last.

    The Stark Munro Letters

  • "It's a little bit smaller and a little peakier and there are just sick waves out there."

    Transworld Surf» | Transworld Surf

  • 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.

    Motoring

  • 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.

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