good looker

(good) looker

n. a good-looking person. Fred is not exactly a good looker, but he is pleasant enough.
See also: good, looker
References in classic literature ?
There came a time, however, when the young men of the vicinity said: "Dat Johnson goil is a puty good looker.
He's a well-made horse and one that would catch the eye - he's a good looker.
3 This blonde good looker looked like the queen of the beach on one of the long Good Fridays of her youth.
Yamaha's Ray is a good looker, so let's get that out of the way right at the beginning.
Apart from being a good looker, with a bit of cheeky road stance thrown in, the Citigo makes sense, with stacks of interior space and a generous boot for its size.
It's more than just a good looker though, with a cabin that impresses as soon as you sit in.
Warrior fightsof rivals JP McManus's good looker Mythical Warrior was always running over his opposition in the2m4fmaidenhurdle,although TonyMcCoywas readilyplaying downtheperformance-"Let'ssay Jonjo [O'Neill] found the race forhimaftertwodefeatsinmaiden hurdles".
Apart from being a good looker, with a little bit of cheeky road stance thrown in, the Citigo speaks a lot of sense with stacks of interior space and a generous boot for its size.
And swept back headlights and a new interpretation of the Kia family grille ensure its a good looker from head on too.
Dream on: John Lewis's Hotel four-poster, kingsize, pounds 995, is a no-nonsense good looker at great value.
The A3 saloon is the first ever A3 three-box variant and is a very good looker.
It is certainly not as raw or as much fun as the car from the 80s but it is a good looker that has many fine qualities.
Having said that, is quite a good looker, with a sporty stance enhanced by striking alloy wheels with low-profile tyres and integrated roof bars.