from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Gossipy; sensational: published a dishy tell-all.
- adj. Chiefly British Slang Good-looking; attractive.
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- adj. sexy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. good-looking; -- used of persons.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (informal British) sexually attractive
This is exactly the kind of dishy information Larry was hoping to get from his little experiment.
K-Lo: I don’t know I think it sounds kind of dishy to me!
'Shakespeare in Love' (1998) The Earl of Oxford may have written this too, but Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard got screen credit for what is, by unanimous agreement among Shakespearean scholars, a totally fictional account of how a Bard with writer's block sought help from a shrink (who timed patients' sessions with an hourglass) and churned out "Romeo and Juliet" only after discovering his muse in a dishy, brainy aristocrat named Lady Viola.
Some of us were remarried, some were freshly uncoupled, some were dating, and as the night got more and more dishy, one of the non-divorcees asked if any of us ever had a gut feeling from the start that the marriage was not going to work out.
The good news: Leading lady Joanne Kelly is still with us as Myka Bering, even though the tough, vulnerable, funny and deliciously dishy superagent quit her job in the Season 2 finale after her trust in H.G. Wells Jaime Murray almost led the end of the world.
He's despicable, but I read him anyway because he always had some dishy gossip.
'Packed with celebrity mentions and insider takes on exclusive Manhattan nightspots, this novel will captivate Weisberger's fans, who are sure to enjoy the dishy, if expansive, details'.
Matthew Risch, lately of "Pal Joey," is smooth and debonair as Sky Masterson, the high-rolling sharpie who wins the heart of Miss Sarah Brown Morgan James, the dishy Salvation Army doll who longs to save the souls of all the heels on Broadway.
And he was the most gracious, funny, dishy, wonderful person -- even better than he seems on the show.
An anniversary gift, Christopher enjoyed this one so much he lent it to me with his endorsement — sure enough, it is a dishy and surprisingly candid treat.
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