- concerned predominantly or excessively with sex; risqué: a sexy novel.
- sexually interesting or exciting; radiating sexuality: the sexiest professor on campus.
- excitingly appealing; glamorous: a sexy new car.
Origin of sexy
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Examples from the Web for sexier
Soldiers will argue for hours over which celebrity is sexier even when that celebrity is a cartoon.Why These Marines Love ‘Frozen’—and Why It Matters
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I googled to see what people wore and went for the sexier end. ''Transvestite Artist Grayson Perry Attends Palace Investiture In A Dress
January 24, 2014
From that point on, every video I did with her she wanted to get sexier and sexier.Britney Spears’s ‘…Baby One More Time’ Turns 15: The Making of an Iconic Music Video
October 23, 2013
I think Jenny will make it sexier and more current—a little bit more relatable.Sharon Osbourne Sounds Off on Anthony Weiner, Justin Bieber, and More
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His bassy, back-of-the-throat syllables are straighter and sexier; his yowls are more pointed and pained.Is Mick Jagger Too Old to Rock?
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- provoking or intended to provoke sexual interesta sexy dress; a sexy book
- feeling sexual interest; aroused
- interesting, exciting, or trendya sexy project; a sexy new car
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Word Origin and History for sexier
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