Definition of nubile
1 : of marriageable condition or age nubile young women
2 : sexually attractive —used of a young woman a nubile starlet
nubilityplay \nü-ˈbi-lə-tē, nyü-\ noun
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A young, nubile ballerina named Matilda Kshesinskaya, gliding across the stage of St. Petersburg’s storied Mariinsky Theater, briefly exposes her left breast when her white camisole leotard comes undone.
Gatlif strikes a few jarring notes, particularly in his voyeuristic approach to his nubile young female stars.
Young Lorenzo (the strong tenor Tobias Wright) seeks help from his friend, the resourceful Chucho (Matthan Ring Black, also very good) to bed the nubile Lucrezia (Ashley Kay Armstrong), the lusty young wife of old Ignacio (Gabriel Di Gennaro).
If so, there’s no question that if everyone is getting free dresses, then everyone should get free dresses, not just nubile starlets and blockbuster names.
The Freudian nightmare of disembodied penises writhing all over your nubile naked body, by Marit Victoria.
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: sexually attractive
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