Definition of sexy in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈsɛksi

adjective (sexier, sexiest)

  • 2 informal Very exciting or appealing: business magazines might not seem like the sexiest career choice
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    • The interesting thing is that sexy wines tend to come from certain grape varieties and wine growing areas.
    • Milgram was a whiz at devising sexy experiments, but barely interested in any theoretical basis for them.
    exciting, stimulating, interesting, appealing, intriguing; fashionable
    informal trendy



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  • He moved to Southern California in the early 70s to pursue his singing career, but he ended up getting sexily sidetracked.
  • ‘I just asked you if you wanted to go make out,’ Elena repeated, smiling sexily.
  • There is a sexy haze in his room, and he sexily never has to work.


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  • Why are lifeguards so sexy, when their sexiness has become such an American cliché?
  • I think sexiness isn't just how one feels around one's mate, but how one feels in relation to other people (even other women).
  • There's an emotional resonance seldom found in hipster urban dramas, and a sexiness that could knock you right out of your seat.

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