dishy

[ dish-ee ]
/ ˈdɪʃ i /

adjective, dish·i·er, dish·i·est. Slang.

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

First recorded in 1960–65; dish + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for dishy

dishy

/ (ˈdɪʃɪ) /

adjective dishier or dishiest informal, mainly British

good-looking or attractive
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Word Origin and History for dishy

dishy


adj.

"very attractive," 1961, from dish (n.) in the "attractive or desirable person or thing" sense + -y (2).

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