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Adjective: sexy (sexier,sexiest)  sek-see
Usage: informal
  1. Sexually attractive
    "our new lecturer is sexy";
    - lush [Brit, informal], hot [informal], dishy [Brit, informal], tasty [Brit, informal], smoking [informal], yummy [informal]
  2. Marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest
    "feeling sexy"; "sexy clothes"; "sexy poses"; "a sexy book"; "sexy jokes"
  3. Stimulating sexual desire
    - aphrodisiac, aphrodisiacal
  4. Popular and considered appealing or fashionable at the time
    - fashionable, in fashion, happening [informal], trendy [informal]

Derived forms: sexiest, sexier

See also: adult, aroused, autoerotic, babelicious [N. Amer, informal], beddable [informal], big, blue [informal], bootylicious [US, informal], come-hither [informal], coquettish, erotic, exciting, flirtatious, flirty, foxy [informal], gamey [N. Amer], gamy [N. Amer], highly-sexed, hot [informal], hunky [informal], intimate, juicy [informal], lascivious, lecherous, leering, lewd, libidinous, lubricious, luscious [informal], lustful, naughty, orgiastic, oversexed, popular, porn [informal], pornographic, provocative, prurient, racy, raunchy [informal], red-hot [informal], risquĂ©, salacious, seductive, sexed, sex-starved, sexual, spicy, steamy, titillating, toothsome [informal], turned on, voluptuous

Antonym: anaphrodisiac, unsexy

Encyclopedia: Sexy, Peru