adjective (randier, randiest)
- 1 • informal Sexually aroused or excited: as nervous as a randy adolescent on a hot date he was making her more and more randyMore example sentences
- On March 6 and 8 he portrays the randy Latin sailor in Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free.
- But what really staggered me was the ability of these young actors to play with total conviction rapacious thugs and randy whores.
- Edgware Road was the site of a large barracks; Waterloo Road the home of the Union Jack Club, a hotel for hundreds of randy young sailors on leave.
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- One can see where his son's apparently limitless randiness emanates from.
- I can report, however, that in the few days I've worn my new blue band, I've noticed a decided increase in randiness!
- The two have an unforced chemistry together and capture that one-of-a-kind experience of falling in love: the giddiness, the silliness, the randiness, the fear, and the amazement.
mid 17th century: perhaps from obsolete rand 'rant, rave', from obsolete Dutch randen 'to rant'.
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