- featuring nude or scantily clad young women: a girlie show; girlie magazines.
- Offensive. a term of address used for a girl or woman.
Origin of girlie
Examples from the Web for girlie
Contemporary Examples of girlie
The thing is this: the only way this show is girlie is that Mindy wears colorful clothing.Inside the Mind of The Mindy Project’s Resident Weirdo, Ike Barinholtz
September 16, 2014
But like Romy & Michelle and Baby Mama, those movies, by and large, are easy to describe as, well, girlie.'The Heat' Will Be a Hit, But Not a Game-Changer
June 27, 2013
Most of all, she was a “girlie girl,” Pastor Rick Long of Grace Church of Arvada said.A Tearful Goodbye to Colorado Kidnap Victim Jessica Ridgeway
October 17, 2012
Historical Examples of girlie
So perhaps the world will be a better place for Girlie than it has been for me.The Woman Thou Gavest Me
Not the two of us––but Laura, girlie, this is worth the game!The Coyote
It's a ten-thousand stake, and I've had twenty on him—the balance—your balance, girlie.Garrison's Finish
W. B. M. Ferguson
I'm beginning to think that there is a good deal to Jack, for all he's so girlie.We Ten
Lyda Farrington Kraus
But—but you forget, girlie, that to-morrow you won't be here.The Story of Glass
Sara Ware Bassett
- a little girl
- displaying or featuring nude or scantily dressed womena girlie magazine
- suited to or designed to appeal to young womena girlie night out
"meant to titillate men," 1942, from girl.