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dishy

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adjective, \ˈdi-shē\

Simple Definition of dishy

  • : sexually attractive

  • : containing gossip or information about a usually famous person's private life

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of dishy

dishierdishiest

  1. 1 :  attractive, good-looking

  2. 2 :  characterized by, full of, or given to gossip or disclosure <a dishy biography>

Examples of dishy in a sentence

  1. <twice a week he churns out a dishy column on the latest tidings from Tinseltown>



1961

First Known Use of dishy

1961

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