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(chiefly of a person) attractive.
attractive, nice-looking, beautiful, pretty, as pretty as a picture, handsome, lovely, stunning, striking, arresting, gorgeous, prepossessing, winning, fetching, captivating, bewitching, beguiling, engaging, charming, charismatic, enchanting, appealing, delightful, irresistiblesexy, sexually attractive, sexual, seductive, alluring, tantalizing, ravishing, desirable, sultry, sensuous, sensual, erotic, arousing, luscious, lush, nubilebonnyfanciable, beddable, tasty, hot, smashing, knockout, drop-dead gorgeous, out of this world, easy on the eye, come-hither, come-to-bedfitcute, foxy, bootyliciouson fleekspunkybeauteoustaking, well favouredcomely, fairsightly, pulchritudinousView synonyms
- ‘Most good-looking women are smart because they know how to get their men.’
- ‘Girls have always liked me, because I was always very fit - a good-looking guy with a lot of testosterone.’
- ‘I find a lot of films that simply rely on slapstick methods and good-looking actors to sell them.’
- ‘I wanted to see a club with lots of crushed velvet with good-looking girls walking around, the guys smartly dressed.’
- ‘He also has a very good-looking grand-daughter who stayed with him for a while to help him settle in.’
- ‘He was a good-looking man too, very different from what people imagine.’
- ‘If he's good-looking, he may even act as a jealousy trap for other men.’
- ‘I had always thought he was a good-looking boy, but never to the point of physical attraction.’
- ‘She is surprised when the door is answered by a good-looking man in his 30s.’
- ‘Not just any old movie, but one with mystery and espionage and terribly good-looking people.’
- ‘It's hot, happy, sweaty and full of people determined to have a good time, and the men are pretty good-looking.’
- ‘Our room was away from the other rooms, and we only had one, very good-looking neighbour.’
- ‘She's pretty good-looking, not conventional, but it's all a matter of taste, I suppose.’
- ‘I know a girl who was married to a very good-looking man, who, alas, was a womaniser.’
- ‘He's got a good-looking wife, happy home life, successful business and nice home.’
- ‘She was strikingly good-looking, with long, wavy, fair hair, a cute face and bulbous lips.’
- ‘To my big fat surprise it was a pretty good-looking guy looking straight at me, laughing.’
- ‘It was a good-looking crowd, pretty mixed, and most of them were dressed to impress in a low key yet smart fashion.’
- ‘He had long, flowing hair, he was good-looking, he had charisma in spades.’
- ‘Although not the type I usually go for he is good-looking, articulate and clearly looks after himself.’
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