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  • adjective comparative form of spicy: more spicy

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Examples

  • The race is already is gettin 'spicier and more tasty.

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  • The result is novels that are "spicier" but remain digestible for many Christians.

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  • When tasting the broth for the right taste you should remember 2 things: you may need to add a fair amount of salt if using homecanned tomatoes or homemade chicken stock AND the broth should be a bit spicier than you like it, because the garnishes will calm it down.

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  • And she serves up ever larger and spicier portions of nourishment.

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  • When tasting the broth for the right taste you should remember 2 things: you may need to add a fair amount of salt if using homecanned tomatoes or homemade chicken stock AND the broth should be a bit spicier than you like it, because the garnishes will calm it down.

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  • It WILL get spicier as it sits, so if it took 3-4 chipotles to get it right the first day, I suggest removing 1-2 of them before putting in the fridge.

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  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The Fried Yard Bird, a spicy chicken dish t hat comes with an even spicier mace gravy and collard greens.

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  • And she serves up ever larger and spicier portions of nourishment.

    Richard Bangs: Mind Sex with Strangers

  • For a main, there's gravlax, shrimp with red grits, Helga's Meatballs, named for the owner's grandmother, or the "Fried Yard Bird," a tremendous pile of spicy chicken with an even spicier mace gravy and collard greens.

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  • De Jong agrees his Wembley date would be even spicier if Sir Alex Ferguson's old captain were still around in opposition.

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