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studly Line breaks: stud¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈstʌdli/

Definition of studly in English:

adjective (studlier, studliest)

informal
(Of a man) sexually attractive in a strongly masculine way: a coterie of studly factory workers
More example sentences
  • However, it turns out the sixteen studly men had no idea that the lovelorn woman has no idea that they are not hot off the cover of that man's magazine.
  • You still have your three studly lads to think and dream about.
  • He thought he was so studly that no one would ever turn him down.

Origin

1960s: from stud2.

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