Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of randy: most randy.

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Examples

  • I could hear what he was thinking—that we were the randiest lot imaginable!

    The Bird House

  • I could hear what he was thinking—that we were the randiest lot imaginable!

    The Bird House

  • And having studied the other nineteen, as opportunity served, weighing this attraction against that, considering such vital matters as which ones would be liable to run squealing to Susie, and which were probably the randiest, I found my mind and eye returning invariably to the same delectable person.

    Isabelle

  • Henry Miller, among the randiest of writers, understood this.

    'A Food Lover's Treasury'

  • She scandalized her audiences by dressing like the randiest of dandies in brocade trousers and animal-skin jackets.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • Some of the randiest, most macho guys in the world make pictures.

    A Darker Place

  • And having studied the other nineteen, as opportunity served, weighing this attraction against that, considering such vital matters as which ones would be liable to run squealing to Susie, and which were probably the randiest, I found my mind and eye returning invariably to the same delectable person.

    Flashman And The Redskins

  • And having studied the other nineteen, as opportunity served, weighing this attraction against that, considering such vital matters as which ones would be liable to run squealing to Susie, and which were probably the randiest, I found my mind and eye returning invariably to the same delectable person.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • It seems even the randiest of tourists can be dissuaded by coils of barbed wire and the sight of army Humvees parked in front of clubs with names such as Lucifer and Spanky's.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • This point of view led to a sad mini-epiphany: After parents and schools spend so much time and energy trying to teach our young people that "no means no," we discover that many men are showing the same disregard for plain English and for simple right and wrong that you might find among the randiest high school boys.

    Ask the Pastor

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