adjective, punch·i·er, punch·i·est. Informal.
Examples from the Web for punchy
He had an answer ready for everything Lehrer and Obama threw at him, and his answers were punchy and memorable.
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
Beautiful place, Punchy, and the mountain air seems to come down with the water and fill you full of strength.!Tention|George Manville Fenn