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nubile

(nū′bĭl) [L. nubere, to marry]
Of marriageable age; pert. to a girl who has attained puberty.
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For those of you unaware of the show's format, a bevy of nubile beauties will be pitted against each other to win the show and, ultimately, Gavin's affections.
An army of nubile girls to gently waft warm air over the players from the sidelines for the duration of the game?
Organised in a sprawling mango orchard located barely five kilometre away from the district headquarters, it helps the parents of nubile girls find grooms from among a horde of eligible bachelors who assemble there every year.
Labour MP Kate Hoey on the "failure" of the anti-hunting law "I, with my own special powers, predict a prediction about the world's greatest golfer's chorus line of nubile, big-boobed slutty-style ladies, all of whom have experienced a Tiger in their tank.
The eye-catching spot from animal welfare group PETA featured a gaggle of nubile young ladies cavorting in their smalls with pumpkins and asparagus, while the provocative slogan insisted that "vegetarians have better sex".
Tricia Romano discovers how prey becomes predator in her investigation of older lesbians pairing up with nubile women--the phenomenon of lesbian cougars.
Margaret Atkins, newspaper columnist and theologian, wrote: "Advertising aims to break the link between goods and their real purpose: the car is no longer for getting to work, but rather for attracting nubile young women, or racing across empty deserts, or making your peers jealous.
Having a nubile, attractive woman walking round in the nuddie when you are not getting any action is bound to be extremely frustrating.
The soap opera takes on an extra dimension of weirdness when a professor and his nubile assistant throw doubts on John's very existence, as scientific tests seem to indicate that there is only one head and the appearance of the other is a figment of everyone's imagination.
It follows logically that dance, which often offers views of male dancers publicly articulating their powerful and nubile bodies, as a form that reveres grace, subtlety and exciting feats of physical ability, plain and simply attracts the attention of gay men.
But it's no secret that middle-age white men are generally in positions to guide media coverage, which explains the preponderance of nubile, clueless young women making the news.
An' I ain't just sayin' that because of the topless nubile band photo on the cover.