adjective, rac·i·er, rac·i·est.
Examples from the Web for raciest
As soon as motor cars came in Chuck had the raciest possible.The Killer|Stewart Edward White
Montgomery had been a condensed and desiccated preparation of the Washington stew, highly flavored with the raciest vices.Four Years in Rebel Capitals|T. C. DeLeon
He was delightful and loveable at such hours, with a fund of the raciest Scottish humour.'Thomas Carlyle|Hector Carsewell Macpherson
One of the raciest passages occurs in the Pardoner's relation of the wonders he has performed in the execution of his office.The Growth of English Drama|Arnold Wynne
But Aunt Nabby Folsom's time was about as rich as the raciest, and will bear rehearsing—easy.The Humors of Falconbridge|Jonathan F. Kelley
British Dictionary definitions for raciest
adjective racier or raciest
Word Origin and History for raciest
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.