Definition of himbo in English:

himbo

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Pronunciation: /ˈhɪmbəʊ
 
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noun (plural himbos)

informal , humorous
A good-looking but unintelligent young man: how did she trick audiences conditioned to drool over himbos into falling for a middle-aged guy with a slight case of rheumatism?
More example sentences
  • He does seem like just a pretty face without much going on upstairs (a '30s version of the himbo).
  • The blond himbo can actually make a decision?
  • It's truly sad when an animated bit of celluloid from 1969 has more personality, charisma, and raw sex appeal than our bleached bland himbo Fred.

Origin

1980s: blend of him and bimbo.

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