- Chiefly British. very attractive; pretty or beautiful: a couple of dishy fashion models.
- gossipy; full of gossip: a dishy book about Hollywood.
Origin of dishy
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Related Wordsbeautiful, cute, charming, pleasant, elegant, good-looking, neat, graceful, lovely, handsome, sexy, delightful, captivating, appealing, boss, cheerful, comely, dainty, darling, delicate
Examples from the Web for dishy
In addition to those stories, here are some more of the juiciest bits from the dishy new book.“Double Down”: 13 Must Read Moments from the New Book
November 7, 2013
A dishy book from an avowed sociopath has stirred up an awkward debate: perhaps all of us have a bit of the personality disorder.How to Spot a Sociopath (Hint: It Could Be You)
June 25, 2013
She wrote a dishy bestselling memoir that included details about her feud with her mother, Candy.Tori Spelling's Mommy Issues
April 21, 2009
- good-looking or attractive
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Word Origin and History for dishy
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