Definition of sexy in English:

sexy

adjectivesexiest, sexier

  • 1Sexually attractive or exciting.

    ‘sexy French underwear’
    • ‘The magazine plays a lot of lip service to homosexuality and bisexuality, but so long as they are sexy, skinny, trendy urban hipsters.’
    • ‘Other touches of particular interest include the sexy cut of her pants, often with bordered side slits.’
    • ‘I could never do a thing with my hair to look good or sexy or trendy or even cute.’
    • ‘The strength he emanated and his confidence were sexy but she knew she would never find him physically appealing.’
    • ‘Never underestimate how sexy it is to appeal to someone else's laziness.’
    • ‘He liked her when she was angry; she was attractive and sexy as hell.’
    • ‘The sexy star, who has forged a successful solo career outside the band, said their last album was probably their last.’
    • ‘These t - shirts, with their wry references to power tools, are at once sexy, attractive and cool.’
    • ‘Alec had reached a point in his career when he wasn't going to get any sexy parts.’
    • ‘She was trying to be fashionable, or sexy, exposing her toes in black sandals.’
    • ‘I feel sexy and am always interested in projecting that sexiness of a woman in her forties - or older - on to the screen.’
    • ‘I still find him sexy and am attracted to him, but I can't tell what he is thinking.’
    • ‘She was sexy enough to appeal to teenage males but not so sexy that the younger crowd couldn't relate.’
    • ‘It was perfect: it was comfortable, it was fashionable, it was sexy but now too showy.’
    • ‘Overall I enjoyed this the most, from the sexy decor to the interesting flavors to the welcoming staff.’
    • ‘Having never been to prison before, I find it intriguing and kind of sexy.’
    • ‘The claim is the latest bizarre revelation from the sexy star who launched her Hollywood career aged 11.’
    • ‘In fact, we should be thinking about what is cool, desirable, sexy and fashionable.’
    • ‘Manners are sexy because they demonstrate that you are interested in the welfare of others.’
    • ‘It's not that I don't find the new generation of female actresses attractive and sexy.’
    sexually attractive, seductive, desirable, alluring, inviting, sensual, sultry, slinky, provocative, tempting, tantalizing
    erotic, arousing, exciting, stimulating, hot
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    1. 1.1 Sexually aroused.
      ‘neither of them was feeling sexy’
      aroused, sexually excited, amorous, lustful, passionate
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  • 2informal Very exciting or appealing.

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

sexy

/ˈsɛksi/