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sultry

adjective A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term referring to a person, usually female, who is characterised by intense sexuality or who evokes intense sexual arousal in others.
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Following Facet Fashion Week, Sultry Kouture will also be showcasing their collection in Michigan's premiere fashion event, Walk Fashion Show which has been a great platform for emerging designers in Michigan and most recently Atlanta and New York.
The year gone by saw Alia Bhatt in a skimpy yellow bikini in her debut film Student of The Year, Sonam Kapoor in a pink bikini in Bewakoofiyan and Deepika in a sultry red one in Cocktail.
Brave_New_Media Elegant and chic with a touch of risqu as the lace panel hints at her sultry side.
Nor did it shed any light on the identity of the sultry bodhisattva.
Now on counter, the range aims to ensure a hot tropical look with sultry black, coffee and ginger eyes.
Instead, their Blueprint of a Lady: The Once and Future Life of Billie Holiday transforms her sultry blues to sheroic triumph.
Her flawless skin and sultry make-up give the smouldering, sex kitten look which attracted toyboy Ashton Kutcher, 26.
Looking more like a dark smoky jazz club than a theatre cafe, the room was quickly filled with the sultry sounds of Sheena Davis and her group.
The Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge is your passport to a sultry, swinging summer's end.
Dim the lights and create a beautiful boudoir filled with sultry textures and seductive colours.
McKinney-Whetstone, the best selling author of Tumbling (Touchstone Books, April 1997) and two other novels, delivers a well-nuanced tale against the backdrop of sultry summer nights, block parties, black boys singing doo-wop on the street comers and the boiling racial tension that marked the '60s.
The Tenth Circle, Mempo Giardinelli's second novel to be translated into English, is similar to his more successful Sultry Moon, which topped Argentina's best-sellers list for twenty-seven weeks and won Mexico's National Book Award in 1999.