Definition of racily in English:

racily

adverb

  • See racy

    • ‘It is racily written and holds the reader's attention as well as any good detective or science fiction novel.’
    • ‘But if you think this 55-year-old, who is zipping along racily, is doing it for fun, think again.’
    • ‘Even if Nichols cheats a bit about a few details, he makes his main characters tragicomically true to life, racily human enough to wrest sympathy from the sourest souls.’
    • ‘In the main it is a catalogue of racily written anecdotes that describe the most notorious of the North's drug godfathers.’
    • ‘Though racily told, at times the plot stretches credence as well as patience.’

Pronunciation

racily

/ˈreɪsɪli/