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fanciable

Line breaks: fan¦ci|able
Pronunciation: /ˈfansiəbl
 
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Definition of fanciable in English:

adjective

British informal
Sexually attractive: she was voted best female solo artist and the most fanciable female
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  • The blonde tennis player, who is considered one of the most fanciable women in the world, promotes a range of products.
  • Before you ask, he's called Paul and he's not fanciable.
  • Simple equation - the older I get, the more guys younger than me start to get fanciable, as they're able to grow beards and whatnot.

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