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sexually appealing

Definition

sexually appealing rate
(Adult / Slang)
Or: sex appealing , to be sexually attractive; to have sex appeal.

Quotes:

(1) Jake Callahan (Lynne Overman) about Billy Flynn (Adolphe Menjou) in Roxie Hart (1942): ' Sex appeal rises from him like a cloud of steam.'

(2) Junior (Bob Hope) and Ebeneezer (Paul E. Burns) speaking about Mike (Jane Russell) a performer in Son of Paleface (1952):
-- Junior: ' She's really got it! '
-- Ebeneezer: ' She's got what? '
-- Junior: ' I don't know but if we could bottle it we could make a fortune.'

(3) Jim Scott (William Lundigan) in Love Nest (1951): ' I don't know what old Charlie's got, but I wish I could bottle it. We'd make a fortune.'

(4) Phil Silvers in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966): ' A face that holds a thousand promises and a body that stands behind each promise.'

(5) Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) in Working Girl (1988): ' I have a head for business and a bod for sin.'

(6) Dorinda Durston (Holly Hunter) about Ted Baker (Brad Johnson) in Always (1989): ' He's too beautiful. He's too much twisted steel and sex appeal. I can't be with a guy who looks like I won him in a raffle.'

(7) Celeste Talbert (Sally Field) to Rose Schwartz (Whoopi Goldberg) in Soapdish (1991):
-- Celeste: ' Adam went home to his wife... He went home to Pittsburgh.'
-- Rose: ' Dirty town.'
-- Celeste: ' Pittsburgh! Does that tell you anything about my appeal? '

(8) Chrissy (Rita Wilson) and Roberta (Rosie O'Donnell) looking at the magazine cover featuring Teeny Terrell (Melanie Griffith) in Now and Then (1995):
-- Chrissy: ' Can you believe this tramp? Now what is it that she has that gets people so excited? '
-- Roberta: ' Long legs, a tiny waist and perky breasts.'



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