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English definition of “earthy”

earthy

adjective  /ˈɜr·θi/ us  

earthy adjective (ENJOYING LIFE)

enjoying and being honest or clear about things connected to life, such as the body and emotions: Some readers may not like his earthy humor.

earthy adjective (OF EARTH)

of or relating to earth: The cabin has an earthy smell.
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