Definition of 'punchy'
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They fit brilliantly and give a big, punchy sound. The Sun (2017)They fit brilliantly and give a big, punchy sound. The Sun (2017)The olives should give it a punchy and full flavour. The Sun (2009)The broad soft leaves have a really punchy flavour. The Sun (2013)There are a lot of wannabe critics out there trying to write something punchy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Plus, they come in a range of poppy colours and punchy prints. The Sun (2014)Its turbocharged engine is punchy, and the chassis is alert and responsive. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I want to prove that vegetarian food can be interesting and full of punchy flavours. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Subtle details were well rendered and colours were punchy and natural, although our landscape test image looked flat. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Sound is punchy but balanced. The Sun (2014)The DAB radio is great with punchy but warm sound quality. The Sun (2014)A daily phone call will put you on the radar, but make sure you sound punchy and informed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's punchy, perky flavours marry beautifully with the rich flesh. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It's good, but the flavours are not punchy enough. The Sun (2011)It is a short, punchy book, perfectly sized for the shaking hand of the invalid. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Think punchy colours and graphic shapes, and there's no need to go overboard to make an impact. The Sun (2011)The diesel is by far the better choice, delivering punchy performance thanks to 188 lb ft of torque. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Having watched his act the night before, I know his jokes are mostly short and punchy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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