Definition of bimbette in English:



informal, derogatory
  • See bimbo

    • ‘But it seems she's already too late to set an example for one burgeoning bimbette, the inconceivably popular Tiffany.’
    • ‘Now, he's a good chap who makes schoolboy jokes and can't be trusted with underdressed bimbettes.’
    • ‘You have bimbettes commentating, hardly any stats being shown, thee don't even display the number of overs bowled all the time.’
    • ‘Multi millionaire tycoons with Caribbean hideaways and luscious bimbettes pursuant do not generally feel the need to resort to this sort of thing.’
    • ‘Apart from me, I am sure many people must have asked this question: will women love cricket more if you put a bimbette on television?’