Definition of minx in English:
nounhumorous or derogatory
An impudent, cunning, or boldly flirtatious girl or young woman: you saucy little minx!
More example sentences
- She's not at all a passive love object, she's actually, I think, a bit of a minx.
- I know for a fact that there are some fashionable little minxes who read this blog on the odd occasion.
- And at the checkout I had to sift through the basket of items I had chosen and those which had been sneaked in by my minx of a little helper.
British informal scrubber, madam
vulgar slang cock-teaser, prick-teaser
mid 16th century (denoting a pet dog): of unknown origin.
- Example sentences
- Relationship dynamics are intense and extreme through the 25th until your planetary ruler, mighty Madame Venus, enters the more minxish terrain of Gemini.
- She was funny and sharp and confident and clear when she was with her girlfriends, and then became indecisive and minxish and coy around men.
- Me, I cling to my childish things for they make me who I am, minxish and fun, unconditionally accepting of others, trusting in the nature of the universe to keep me safe and happy.
- Example sentences
- Still Standing is a magnificent blend of Prince's Kiss and Peter Gabriel's Sledgehammer, littered with minxy little oohs from Kylie, rather as if she was watching some particularly foxy fireworks.
- Charlie himself has secrets and ambitions and when he applies for the job of Deputy Manager he finds stiff competition in the shape of the minxy Anna.
- Applicants must be minxy and willing to participate in booty shaking for up to several hours.
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