Entry from British & World English dictionary
adjective (pacier, paciest)
Moving or progressing quickly: a pacy thriller
More example sentences
- Jim and Ruth start to uncover the truth, putting themselves at risk as they do so, in a pacy thriller that reveals dark secrets that need to be explored and exposed.
- Criminal is a taut, well-written and extremely pacy crime thriller that is set over the course of 24-hours.
- The pacy, busy, vibrant winger has been replaced by a more thoughtful, more disciplined player.
Words that rhyme with pacyBasie, Casey, Gracie, lacy, O'Casey, pace, precis, racy, spacey, Stacey, Sulawesi, Tracy
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