Definition of loungey in English:

loungey

Line breaks: loun¦gey
Pronunciation: /ˈlaʊn(d)ʒi
 
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adjective

informal
1(Of a place) conducive to lounging; comfortable: a loungey bar with low seating
More example sentences
  • It's a comfortable loungey atmosphere that's even livelier in summer when you can sit outside.
  • The plan was to cultivate the loungey atmosphere of his rowdier Old City joints and combine it with French cuisine.
  • Upstairs is plush loungey seating and bar space where every shining cocktail is concocted with industrial efficiency, while the groovers spin their moves on the vast floor below.
1.1Denoting or relating to easy-listening music: loungey club music
More example sentences
  • Plus my favourite local DJ will be spinning deep house / loungey music to chill to.
  • I am sure the addition of a DJ, or at least some more loungey tunes in keeping with the visual mood of the place would have increased the number of clientele.
  • In terms of my favorite songs of theirs, I immediately veer towards their loungey stuff.

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