Something that's juicy is so moist that it's dripping with juice. There is nothing quite like eating a juicy, ripe peach in the summer.

Perfect peaches and oranges and pears should be juicy when you bite into them. Aside from fruit, people also commonly describe meat as juicy. A story might be figuratively juicy too, if it's full of intriguing, gossipy details: "Did you read about that juicy scandal in the mayor's office?" Juicy comes from the Old French jus, "juice," with the Latin root ius, "broth, sauce, or juice."

Definitions of juicy
  1. adjective
    full of juice
    au jus
    served in its natural juices or gravy
    lush, succulent
    full of juice
    abounding in sap
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    lacking juice
    destitute of sap and other vital juices; dry
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  2. adjective
    “a juicy contract”
    synonyms: fat
    yielding material gain or profit
  3. adjective
    having strong sexual appeal
    juicy barmaids”
    synonyms: luscious, red-hot, toothsome, voluptuous
    marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest
  4. adjective
    suggestive of sexual impropriety
    “a juicy scandal”
    synonyms: blue, gamey, gamy, naughty, racy, risque, spicy
    marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest
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