Difference between piquant and racy
- attracting or delighting
- engagingly stimulating or provocative
- having an agreeably pungent taste
Steve maintains that the peppers give the bland turkey a piquant flavour.
The Blonde had the doracha seekh, a combination of chicken and crab flakes chargrilled in the tandoor oven and served with a piquant mango and avocado chutney, at £7.50.
So, without preconceptions, this is a brisk, well-balanced, fruit forward, but still avowedly savoury wine, that would be a piquant pairing with the crisp, dry snap of well grilled salmon cutlets - a texture lost in pan frying.
- marked by richness and fullness of flavor
- suggestive of sexual impropriety
- full of zest or vigor
- designed or suitable for competing in a race
Liberal democracy is a fraud, a cover for the power of the elite.
The aristocracy are made to look like buffoons; the women swoon, the maids are oversexed, and the artist himself - the center of everyone's fawning attention - plays the dandy.
This came after scores of pro-Uribe legislators and other officials were indicted on conspiracy charges involving so-called demobilized paramilitaries.