dishy

adjective
\ ˈdi-shē How to pronounce dishy (audio) \
dishier; dishiest

Definition of dishy

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

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Examples of dishy in a Sentence

twice a week he churns out a dishy column on the latest tidings from Tinseltown
Recent Examples on the Web The literary equivalent of a hot fudge sundae for me would be dishy books about Hollywood. New York Times, 26 June 2022 With dishy retellings of history’s most notorious killings and plenty of candid chitchat about addiction, therapy, and pets, the series quickly rose to the upper ranks of Apple’s comedy-podcasts chart and pretty much stayed there. Brenna Ehrlich, Rolling Stone, 3 July 2022 There’s something special about getting a dishy soap opera of your very own, no? Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, 23 June 2022 And there are dishy, soapy dramas for the older ones to get sucked into. Marisa Lascala, Good Housekeeping, 22 Apr. 2022 There are many surprising revelations from Tina Brown's dishy book on the British royals, The Palace Papers, but one detail that stands out is Prince Philip's reaction to an aspect of mourning for Princess Diana. Emily Burack, Town & Country, 27 Apr. 2022 If your mom doesn't start her day without tuning into The View, this dishy behind-the-scenes look will definitely be up her alley. Marisa Lascala, Good Housekeeping, 16 Apr. 2022 Today’s newsletter features a dishy post-Oscars interview with the New Yorker staff writer Michael Schulman, who attended last night’s ceremony. The New Yorker, 28 Mar. 2022 His autobiography is a thoughtful contemplation of the role of design; a serious examination of the practice of architecture that simultaneously offers dishy takes on some of the most important people who commission, practice, and critique it. The Editors, Town & Country, 8 Mar. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of dishy

1961, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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Last Updated

5 Aug 2022

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“Dishy.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/dishy. Accessed 8 Aug. 2022.

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