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sexy

adjective Referring to, having or characterised by sex appeal.
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According to the third annual America Online and Travel + Leisure Magazine survey of "America's Favorite Cities," travelers love Honolulu for its romance, citing the city's sexiness as the best in the country.
At 5ft 10in Glenda is one inch taller than lingerie model Katy - but streets ahead in the sexiness stakes.
Maybe it had something to do with the fact that ``Malena's'' director, Giuseppe Tornatore of ``Cinema Paradiso'' fame, wrote the title role specifically for Bellucci, and it not only emphasized her sexiness but also subjected the character to harrowing degradation.
Support came in the form of Scotland's very own Cosmic Rough Riders, but as Nat hit the stage she immediately oozed sensuality and sexiness, which didn't stop throughout the gig.
This empathic quality is matched by Gurganus's raucous sexiness.
A man of distinctly contemporary virile sexiness, he is a powerful dancer with a thorough, though not extraordinary, technique, and is an extremely versatile dancer-actor.
Julie is not yet in an advanced stage of pregnancy; Neel painted her hands, feet, and nipples delicately, and her red pubic hair and labia conspicuously, to show that pregnancy does not obliterate sexiness.
We're going for the sexiness of Maxim and FHM and we're setting the bar high -- for those that dare to follow suit.
It's all tongue-in-cheek, but there is some real sexiness from the other guest presenter - the burlesque performer Immodesty Blaize.
The young Australian actress Sarah Wynter's portrayal of Alma, while not lacking in intelligence, charm and sexiness, is missing a certain passionate specificity that could explain the subject's irresistible allure to so many great minds (Georgina Hale's frau fatale interpretation in Ken Russell's feverishly inventive, 1974 ``Mahler'' may not have been any more truthful, but it was, crucially, mesmerizing).
With its impersonal personality, its generic sexiness, even its puppet mechanics, the Fosse style is showbiz rendered dazzlingly chic and it becomes the apotheosis of deft.
It is easy to forget that depicting sexiness and come-hither qualities is a complicated process: what is represented - the body or the body as stand-in for our lusty projections - is mysterious, haunting, and in many senses no longer there.