Origin of come-hither
Related formscome-hith·er·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for come-hither
Behind the counter is the pit, perfuming the room (and your clothes) with the swirling, come-hither scent of beef and smoke.
“Sexxx Dreams” has all the come-hither appeal of a sultry Janet Jackson track without any of the erotic mysticism.‘ARTPOP’ Review: Lady Gaga’s Album Wants to Be Everything, But Is Nothing at All|Kevin Fallon|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Boxy flannel and messy tears might as well have been a corset and a come-hither pout in The Perfect Storm.
Though the photos are far from sexual, Lottie wears thick mascara as she flashes the camera a come-hither stare.Meet Lottie Moss, Kate Moss's 13-Year-Old Sister and Future Model|Isabel Wilkinson|November 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
As for how that gets communicated, the “inner thigh” request is just one of the many forms of come-hither code.
But she wore a minimum of come-hither in both her cosmetic and personality makeup.Mate in Two Moves|Winston Marks
O-liver had in mind a red-haired woman, raw-boned, with come-hither eyes.The Gay Cockade|Temple Bailey