Definition of bodacious in English:

bodacious

Line breaks: bo|da¦cious
Pronunciation: /bəʊˈdeɪʃəs
 
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adjective

North American informal
1Excellent, admirable, or attractive: bodacious babes
More example sentences
  • Baby, the bodacious babe seemingly thrown in for nothing other than libidinous eye candy, becomes the ‘Marilyn’ of the group, even when she proves she can be deadlier than the others.
  • Does it affect men and women equally, or is this a gender-specific icon that brings out the inner bodacious babe in the local boudoir set?
  • Once a week, the Midnight pulls back its blue sequinned curtain to reveal a bevy of bodacious babes performing the hits of yesterday and today.
1.1US Audacious in a way considered admirable.
More example sentences
  • If you're ever lucky enough to spend ten minutes riding with him up a high-speed quad, you'll hop off and head directly for the steepest chute or most bodacious jump you can find.

Origin

mid 19th century (in sense 'complete, thorough'): perhaps a variant of SW dialect boldacious, blend of bold and audacious.

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