Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Of a pleasing or attractive appearance; handsome.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Handsome; fine-looking.

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  • adjective attractive

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  • adjective pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion

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Examples

  • And believe me, the old Silver Fox was right -- a good-looking man or woman, and I mean _really _good-looking, can get away with things you'd think a twelve-year-old would spot.

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  • And believe me, the old Silver Fox was right -- a good-looking man or woman, and I mean _really _good-looking, can get away with things you'd think a twelve-year-old would spot.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Young, good-looking, I mean _really _good-looking, Harvard undergrad and Dartmouth MBA, engaged to the boss's daughter, pulling down somewhere between two and four hundred big ones a year -- it was enough to make you overlook the fact that he was also a world-class jerk.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Young, good-looking, I mean _really _good-looking, Harvard undergrad and Dartmouth MBA, engaged to the boss's daughter, pulling down somewhere between two and four hundred big ones a year -- it was enough to make you overlook the fact that he was also a world-class jerk.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • First Impression: Nick is described as a good-looking and goofy guy who loves sports, animals, and children.

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  • First Impression: Nick is described as a good-looking and goofy guy who loves sports, animals, and children.

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  • He was simpatico, a word Mommee used when she wanted to show that she knew a little Italian, usually referring to good-looking foreign men who had tried to get her to marry them.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • He was simpatico, a word Mommee used when she wanted to show that she knew a little Italian, usually referring to good-looking foreign men who had tried to get her to marry them.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • He was simpatico, a word Mommee used when she wanted to show that she knew a little Italian, usually referring to good-looking foreign men who had tried to get her to marry them.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • He was simpatico, a word Mommee used when she wanted to show that she knew a little Italian, usually referring to good-looking foreign men who had tried to get her to marry them.

    The House at Sugar Beach

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