Definition of jailbait in English:

jailbait

Line breaks: jail|bait
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒeɪlbeɪt
 
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noun

[mass noun treated as singular or plural] informal
A young woman, or young women collectively, considered in sexual terms but under the age of consent: there was a lack of evidence proving he enjoyed sexual relations with jailbait
More example sentences
  • So the platform suddenly filled with around 700 prime cuts of jailbait, jostling and pouting, preening and throwing disparaging glances and mumbled bitchy comments, at anyone who didn't in their opinion, look as good as them.
  • Most of the blokes in Happiness were suffering a mid-life crisis, but only Russell got to sport the earring, tattoo and ludicrous goatee, ride the Harley-Davidson and grapple with the pneumatic blonde jailbait.
  • In other news, I don't have a valentine. And the only girls who seem to have any interest in me are either total jailbait or barely legal. The question is, is that bad news?

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