Definition of peppy in English:

peppy

Syllabification: pep·py
Pronunciation: /ˈpepē
 
/

adjective (peppier, peppiest)

informal , chiefly North American
Lively and high-spirited: stickers bearing peppy slogans
More example sentences
  • She's the peppy, dynamic, energetic one from that group.
  • Inwardly I rolled my eyes, but kept my peppy smile in place.
  • She's cheerful and peppy, totally a cheerleader in the making.

Derivatives

peppily

Pronunciation: /ˈpepəlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Today, in 2002, we know it as a grinding exercise in exhausted formula filmmaking characterized by sappy musical numbers and peppily annoying secondary characters.
  • While this is not by no means over generous, it is sufficient to propel the car peppily enough for Irish conditions, given its low overall weight.
  • She turned to see her peppily hopping around her, like a happy cartooned rabbit.

peppiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Remember the synchronised peppiness of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers?
  • Just as urban gangmembers don't leap about balletically, real hippies had none of the wholesome peppiness displayed by the performers in ‘Hair.’
  • Their friend usually had a spring of peppiness in her voice.

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