adjective, punch·i·er, punch·i·est.Informal.
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OTHER WORDS FROM punchypunch·i·ness, noun
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A length in that range keeps the title tag short and punchy and ensures it does not truncate in search results, which generally happens at around 60 characters or 600 pixels.Five hacks to enhance your organic CTR and rankings in SERPs|Karl Tablante|January 27, 2021|Search Engine Watch
In October, DuckDuckGo launched private walking and driving directions powered by Apple’s MapKit JS frameworkIn October, we saw the punchy small search engine take a direct shot at Google in regards to its antitrust lawsuit.SEO takeaways from 2020: A review of the most unusual year for search|Andy Betts|January 8, 2021|Search Engine Watch
From a performance perspective, the UE Fits employ a single 10mm driver in each headphone, which UE promises produce punchy bass and clear mids and highs.UE’s new headphones use an app and LED lights to create a truly custom fit|Stan Horaczek|October 1, 2020|Popular Science
Keeping the headline punchy and to the point is a must, being direct about your USP is vital.Studying the anatomy of a successful high-conversion landing page|Yasmine Dehimi|June 22, 2020|Search Engine Watch
He had an answer ready for everything Lehrer and Obama threw at him, and his answers were punchy and memorable.
Some years back, I found myself in mid-book tour, 10 days or so in, a bit punchy and tired of my own voice.
Beautiful place, Punchy, and the mountain air seems to come down with the water and fill you full of strength.!Tention|George Manville Fenn
Bagsby was a punchy man, with a bald head, and a nose which betokened his habitual addiction to the fiery grape of Portugal.Tales from Blackwood|Various
The wind would almost tear the roof off, and Punchy howled—he thought he was dying, too, maybe.The Brass Bound Box|Evelyn Raymond
I get another cuffing around but I am too punchy already to feel anything.Operation Earthworm|Joe Archibald
They rode punchy Burma ponies, with string stirrups, red cloth saddles, and red bell-rope headstalls.Soldiers Three, Part II.|Rudyard Kipling