Juicy (adjective)

  1. Having or containing a lot of juice; succulent.
  2. Interesting and full of details; exciting.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french juisant, present participle of juir "to flow", from latin jus "juice".

Examples:

  1. The juicy peach was ripe and delicious.
  2. The steak was juicy and cooked to perfection.
  3. The juicy story was full of scandal and intrigue.
  4. The juicy gossip was passed around the office.
  5. The juicy scandal was the talk of the town.
Some random words: pluck, commiserate, chanticleer