hottie

noun
hot·tie | \ˈhä-tē \

Definition of hottie 

: a physically attractive person

Examples of hottie in a Sentence

His girlfriend is a real hottie. if you're not a hottie, you haven't a prayer of getting on that reality show

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Two strangers, a slick-looking man and a standard-issue hottie, approach with a business proposition. Sandra Upson, WIRED, "Westworld Recap, Season 2 Episode 8: The Great Ghost Nation Mystery," 11 June 2018 Two strangers, a slick-looking man and a standard-issue hottie, approach with a business proposition. Sandra Upson, WIRED, "Westworld Recap, Season 2 Episode 8: The Great Ghost Nation Mystery," 11 June 2018 Darren Criss and Kitt Harington The Glee star looks like a slightly younger version of the Game of Thrones hottie. Noelle Devoe, Seventeen, "11 Celebrity Lookalikes You Have To See To Believe," 25 Jan. 2018 Two strangers, a slick-looking man and a standard-issue hottie, approach with a business proposition. Sandra Upson, WIRED, "Westworld Recap, Season 2 Episode 5: More Dead Than Alive," 21 May 2018 Swimfan This scene may or may not have made us consider pretending not to know how to swim so that a hottie could teach us. Lydia Price, PEOPLE.com, "Introducing the Best of the Best ... Ahem ... Wet Kisses," 12 Apr. 2018 Also, suddenly, there are some shirtless hotties and no context is provided but, TBH, none is necessary. Alex Rees, Cosmopolitan, "13 Important Moments From Teyana Taylor's Truly Magnificent My Super Sweet 16," 29 Aug. 2016 So, who are all the PLL, TVD, and The Originals hotties who are going to star in the show? Noelle Devoe, Seventeen, "Your Fave Hotties From "Pretty Little Liars," "The Originals," & "The Vampire Diaries" Are Uniting for a New Show!," 7 Mar. 2018 The men's luge singles competition wrapped up in PyeongChang this weekend, with Team USA regulation hottie Chris Mazdzer sledding himself to second place, and an Olympic silver medal! Alex Rees, Cosmopolitan, "Chris Mazdzer Wins First U.S. Medal in Men's Luge," 12 Feb. 2018

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1913, in the meaning defined above

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hottie

noun

English Language Learners Definition of hottie

: a sexually attractive person

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