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sexy

1. mod. having great sex appeal. He’s not what I would call sexy, but I suppose it’s a matter of taste.
2. mod. neat; exciting. That’s a sexy set of wheels.
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I like a touch of sexiness and I love glamour - old school Hollywood glamour.
Judging by these pictures, the pop promo for the cheeky chappie's first track in a while looks likely to live up to its title, as he goes all out on the sexiness stakes.
starve themselves for weeks on end, smoke up a storm, scarf down diuretics, and then, when every one's still unhappy with their photos, someone sits at a computer and points-and-clicks them into Perfect, Unreal Sexiness.
Joan Bakewell was the epitome of Sixties sexiness, the woman who combined sexuality with intelligence, liberation and domestic bliss during that golden age of freedom.
Even more impressive is FS's success in skirting the stifling art-world ban on fun and sexiness.
The sense of style and sexiness she brings to the production is a welcome fit and we are proud to have her.
Examples of nouns with a high sexiness function are "rod" and "meat", while raunchy adjectives are "hot" and "wet".
Posing at the launch of a hot new Unique model agency for the over-50s in Belfast, these women are the ultimate in summer sexiness.
Victoria's self-deprecating but Bryan saw she had an innate sexiness that he wanted to bring out.
There is a simmering feeling of sexiness that comes naturally in these islands," Madonna's brother Christopher Ciccone (a Caribe Cay devotee) says.
Hays gives Betty an early-rebel sexiness that seems to evaporate - why?
Thai dancer Sarawanee Tanatanit brought tremendous grace to her Raymonda and a sexiness to her modern variations and won an internship with American Ballet Theatre.
For all that, it's maybe the gaga sexiness provided by the editors themselves--Stephen Gan, Cecilia Dean, and James Kaliardos--that makes me sigh.
Revlon has a great heritage of glamour, sexiness and confidence," states Kathy Delaney, Managing Partner and Executive Creative Director of Deutsch Inc.