Definition of raunchily in US English:

raunchily

adverb

informal
  • See raunchy

    • ‘‘I don't like the Bratz dolls, or the way the manufacturers dress them,’ she says, referring to the raunchily attired best-selling fashion dolls.’
    • ‘A raunchily energetic jazz-class scene and some dirty dancing in a club demonstrate how hopelessly uptight ballet is compared with Terpsichore's earthier manifestations.’
    • ‘She had never so raunchily come on to a guy in her life especially a guy she barely knew and had hardly spoken to!’
    • ‘Lots of people dancing raunchily until their sweat showed on their teeshirts, faces dripping.’
    • ‘There's something raunchily funny bubbling under the surface of this movie.’

Pronunciation

raunchily

/ˈrôn(t)SHəlē//ˈrɔn(t)ʃəli/