There are racier diaries, too—complete with a minute-by-minute staccato of one sexual fantasy after the next.
There's a racier example in the Tumblr version of this blog.
Now and then Victoria was confronted with a racier type which tended to become rather brutal.
All the racier and stronger part of the man's history is slurred over.
These portraits are racier than many anecdotes, and more complete than many a volume of sententious memoirs.
1650s, "having a characteristic taste" (of wines, fruits, etc.), from race (n.2) in its older sense of "flavor" or in the sense "class of wines" + -y (2); meaning "having a quality of vigor" (1660s) led to that of "improper, risqué," first recorded 1901, probably reinforced by phrase racy of the soil "earthy" (1870). Related: Racily; raciness.
Somewhat indecent; raunchy: The movie has a lot of racy dialogue (1901+)