American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having a well-developed physique; sexually attractive. Used of men.
- adj. informal Like a stud (sexually attractive male).
- stud + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Apparently, she's the "other woman" in a pathogenic divorce case involving one Frank Richardson 3d, a "studly" financier worth $157 million, and Nancy Richardson, a blonde socialite Frank says has six "mental-health professionals" and an annual clothing allowance of $350,000.”
“The role of the "studly" friend Momo was played by”
“The Poles are some of the best friends that the US of A has ever had, and their real estate, which they have proferred, is ideal to slowing down any silly shit that "studly" Putin decides to do.”
“One 80-90lb fish and about 30 minutes after he was landed I got a second one that was a studly 160-170lb.”
“I, for one, would take the studly vampires of True Blood over the national deficit any day.”
“His threatening presence, along with the promising additions of Vanessa Williams (as Lynette's longtime frenemy) and Brian Austin Green (as Bree's studly handyman), bodes well for the new season.”
“And Bree (Marcia Cross) finally beds her studly contractor Keith (Brian Austin Green), only to discover he's insatiable.”
“As you might guess, Bergman's brainy abilities also make him a bit socially ignorant, especially when compared to the studly bravado of Detectives McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and Williams (Scott Caan).”
“| Reply if i had the time and if my computer was studly enough I would try out all MMOs. for now, things like this take away from my WoW time. atlantis1982”
“It is good to see the agency recognize the climate-driven plight of whitebark, but, at the same time, the Service’s finding shows just how dire the situation has become for the studly, stately tree of the high country of the Rockies.”
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