sex symbol

NOUN
  1. a person (especially a celebrity) who is well-known for their sexual attractiveness
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How To Use sex symbol In A Sentence

  • As honest about her father as she is about any other aspect of her life, it might be this openness, as much as her famous bee-stung lips, that has boosted her status as a sex symbol.
  • All are commentaries on child sexual exploitation, but the titillating representations positioned these actors as sex symbols and reinforced the link between girls' sexuality and sex work.
  • He was the first man to treat her as an intelligent person, rather than a sex symbol.
  • Imagine being the resident sex symbol of the street, and your only prospects are those chumps?
  • The modern-day sex symbol has now taken the place of the old-fashioned hero of yesteryear.
  • She wants to be known as a singer rather than as a sex symbol.
  • She's sick of being seen as a sex symbol and wants to be taken seriously as an actress.
  • What happens when a Hollywood sex symbol, a glamour queen or a knockout girl next door gets older.
  • How do you feel about being a regarded as a lesbian sex symbol?
  • They do not avert their eye coyly or present a subordinate sex symbol image that invites the male gaze.
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