Definition of sex symbol in English:

sex symbol

Line breaks: sex sym¦bol

noun

A person widely noted for their sexual attractiveness: being called a sex symbol is better than being called a haddock
More example sentences
  • She, above all people, realized that he would be a sex symbol and a heartthrob, and you know, he was initially bashful and kind of rattled by all the attention, but now he has eased into it, and I think he rather enjoys the role.
  • Yes, for years, the ‘Baywatch’ beauty has been a sex symbol.
  • What happens when a Hollywood sex symbol, a glamour queen or a knockout girl next door gets older.

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