[ UK /dˈɪʃi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (informal British) sexually attractive
    a dishy blonde
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How To Use dishy In A Sentence

  • Revolving around the romantic misadventures of four dishy Manhattan lasses, the show poses the great questions of our time: ‘Are there certain things one should never say in an intimate relationship?’
  • Stocking four flavours of dishy, piquant womanhood, it treated the audience to one tasty conundrum after another.
  • This is exactly the kind of dishy information Larry was hoping to get from his little experiment. Reality TV Magazine
  • July 28, 2008 at 3:59 am yup. twuz a cloaz call furr me. forchunatelee, i can hads a zippylock bag handee in teh kichen adn kwik putted it on & den , just az dat wuz givin way, putted on the glubs frum the dishy washin on taupe. yes, teh lite gos off - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • After all, you never know when a dishy Mellors-type gamekeeper might crop up.
  • And the best thing was that there was a really dishy Greek waiter.
  • That tall actor is a dishy man.
  • I did get a treat today though with quite a few dishy men in lush suits wandering around.
  • He was 61, but still undeniably dishy in his own way.
  • Later in The Yard, bolstered by the success of his new found flirting ability, Richard chatted someone up - a rather dishy Yank, called Seth.
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