Definition of nymphet in English:

nymphet

Line breaks: nymph¦et
Pronunciation: /ˈnɪmfɛt
 
, nɪmˈfɛt
 
/
(also nymphette)

noun

An attractive and sexually mature young girl: a pouting nymphet [as modifier]: a nymphet third wife
More example sentences
  • Actually, we kind of suspect he's long since had all his Suffolk blood replaced with fresh stuff drained from young, nubile nymphets.
  • It must be all the nymphets and the cocktails that keep him young.
  • So what if it is all about forbidden love and doomed sexual obsession for a pre-pubescent nymphet.

Origin

1950s: from nymph + -et1.

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