Definition of babe magnet in US English:

babe magnet

noun

informal
  • 1A man who is very attractive to women.

    ‘when it comes to women, he's a veritable babe magnet’
    • ‘He now wonders whether he would have been happier staying married to the same woman, rather than posing as cinema's abiding babe magnet.’
    • ‘We are also introduced to the Lone Gunmen, a trio of computer hackers/conspiracy geeks who make the characters from Revenge of The Nerds look like babe magnets.’
    • ‘Finally, Lenny, just between us guys, what advice would a babe magnet like you give to a total lamewad like me?’
    • ‘He is a celebrity, author, and major babe magnet.’
    • ‘I've been here all week and it is crazy, but I don't seriously think it is because he's a babe magnet.’
    • ‘Babe magnet, that's me.’
    • ‘I wanted to fly partly because of the thrill and partly because of one simple truth that I held self-evident: pilots, by nature, are babe magnets.’
    • ‘Everyone knows comic book geeks are babe magnets.’
    • ‘"What exactly," I asked, "do you think makes him such a babe magnet?"’
    • ‘Again, I'm not offended by your skepticism of me as a babe magnet because I'm not, but please don't act as if I am claiming things I am not.’
    • ‘No one expects accountants to stay eternal babe magnets, forever young, beautiful and hot.’
    • ‘But they were also the babe magnets and Casanovas of the two day event in Waterford, being followed by droves of tanned, leggy blondes in tight tank tops everywhere they ventured.’
    • ‘And an eyebrow or two goes up when press make references to this military leader with comparisons to a "rock star" and "babe magnet."’
    • ‘Since you're such a babe magnet (pardon my mild expression of skepticism), what's to stop guys and women from falling for you already?’
    • ‘I love a man who can trim a topiary, but who knew that landscapers were babe magnets [on the level of DJs]?’
    • ‘Such a babe magnet am I, Lord - as I'm sure you know - that I have to fight them off wherever I go.’
    • ‘His lack of charisma plays against the film's attempts to portray him as a babe magnet for young hotties.’
    • ‘Who knew that he was such a babe magnet?’
    1. 1.1 A thing perceived as contributing to a man's attractiveness.
      ‘they soon find out that a baby is an instant babe magnet’
      • ‘They tell me this used to be a babe magnet," she said, admiring the museum's restored 1950 Switzer-Craft Baby Bullet motor boat.’
      • ‘I could definitely make some dough renting out my dog, who is good with children, a flat-out babe magnet if you take him to the park, and never licks himself in public.’
      • ‘THE BMW is a real babe magnet. That's the main reason I bought it!’
      • ‘This attitude/conclusion may help to explain some of your past experiences, but it, for sure, is not "real" (and you will find that as babe magnets go, it is not the most powerful).’
      • ‘'A total babe magnet,' he said, noting my dumbfounded expression. 'Plenty of poke. A young single guy couldn't do any better than the MGF.'’
      • ‘Johnny sees his pyrotechnic gifts as a heaven-sent babe magnet and acts accordingly.’
      • ‘Alas, the car as a babe magnet is a myth.’
      • ‘Is driving really, really expensive German babe magnets the way to go?’
      • ‘One of the earliest lots is the babe magnet of 1913, a magnificent Peugeot Bebe two-seater.’
      • ‘They soon find out that a baby is an instant babe magnet, and while sitting on a city bus, they catch the eyes of two beautiful women.’
      • ‘Besides the fact that four-legged friends are certified babe magnets, scientific studies show that playing with pets is a stress reliever.’
      • ‘Back in England, he bought a 600 cc motorbike with hippie flowers painted on the sidecar, which was enough of a babe magnet to impress his future wife, whom he met after gatecrashing a party.’
      • ‘Gracie is a soft, friendly, tail-wagging babe magnet. Her owner is a single guy who hopes the 4-month-old golden retriever will hunt down some dating prospects while romping through Piedmont Park.’
      • ‘My '74 Camaro was as much a symbol of freedom as it was a much hoped-for babe magnet.’