Definition of Juicier

1. Adjective. (comparative of juicy) ¹



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Definition of Juicier

1. juicy [adj] - See also: juicy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Juicier

juice loan
juice loans
juice monkey
juice monkeys
juice reamer
juice up
juiceable
juiced
juicehead
juiceheads
juiceless
juicelike
juicer
juicers
juices
juicier (current term)
juiciest
juicily
juiciness
juicinesses
juicing
juicy
juicy girl
jujitsu
jujitsuka
jujitsukas
jujitsus
juju
jujube bush

Literary usage of Juicier

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1. Dictionary of Americanisms. by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"Saw-dust is juicier, and sole-leather is tenderer. Puffy. Light; soft; puffy. Used in Yorkshire, England, and preserved in some parts of New England. ..."

2. Nutrition and Diet: A Textbook for Secondary Schools by Emma Conley (1913)
"The other cuts are not so tender, but are juicier, and some of them contain less bone than the finer cuts, and when properly cooked are as well flavored and ..."

3. Farmer's Cyclopedia of Live Stock by Earley Vernon Wilcox, Clarence Beaman Smith (1908)
"The dressed fowls were better filled out, better colored, juicier and more delicate on gluten meal than on the other rations. ..."

4. New York Teachers' Monographs by Sidney Marsden Fuerst (1904)
"The green cup also seemed to feel this new life, for it, too, grew bigger and bigger, and juicier and juicier, until it became the fine, juicy apple we have ..."

5. The House of the Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1913)
"... as if the touch of genuine, though slight and almost playful, emotion communicated a juicier sweetness to the dry, mechanical process of his minstrelsy. ..."

6. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1903)
"The negative variation commonly persists without great alteration juicier ordinary conditions for at least 4—8 hours post-mortem. ..."

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