[ UK /sˈɛksi/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛksi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. stimulating sexual desire
  2. marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest
    a sexy book
    feeling sexy
    sexy jokes
    sexy poses
    sexy clothes
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How To Use sexy In A Sentence

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  • What are the keywords on the mood boards at the car designers these days: sexy, aggressive, practical, safe, sporty, flexible, successful, family, active, fun?
  • But she's not actually ugly; she's just pert and smart-mouthed and has a sexy voice, completely according with that rom-com genre convention of the comic sidekick to the heroine.
  • Taking her cue from some of MADONNA's more risque antics, it was pure raunch from the outset, which saw the star sporting a sexy circus mistress's uniform.
  • Dances like the rumba and cha-cha are very sexy, and offer a great opportunity for a couple to learn to move together well.
  • Meanwhile the dark-haired woman, who after all these years I still remember so vividly, wears an unbelievably sexy one-piece outfit that appears to be sewn from rags.
  • ‘Yes, beautiful, sexy, passionate, sweet Emily,’ he said like a plebe.
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