dreamboat


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dream·boat

 (drēm′bōt′)
n.
1. A person considered exceptionally good-looking and sexually attractive.
2. A luxurious, well-designed automobile or other vehicle.

dreamboat

(ˈdriːmˌbəʊt)
n
old-fashioned slang an exceptionally attractive person or thing, esp a person of the opposite sex
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dreamboat

[ˈdriːmbəʊt] Nbombón m
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Joey is the gay man's love interest--my fantasy: a hunky dreamboat with a jones for older Jewish men.
The French dreamboat with the flowing locks has secretly auditioned for the next Celebrity Stars In Their Eyes and the diary hears he's a surefire winner.
AS dreamboat TV doctor George Clooney hangs up his stethoscope in the blockbusting medical drama ER, fellow medic Eriq La Salle is keen to fill the gap he leaves behind.
Of course, even with the knowledge that the movie's biggest attraction (and we don't mean that in the sense of size, ladies) is a fake, most teen and preteen girls will still want to catch their dreamboat in his latest adolescent offering, a formulaic poor boy-rich girl melodrama that is to baseball what Astroturf is to grass.
The poll described William as a "total dreamboat with movie star looks".
FLAME-HAIRED dreamboat Damian Lewis (left) knows how to break our hearts.
Dreamboat boy group the Backstreet Boys had the monster hit of the summer with ``I Want It That Way.
Mind you, he's had a few hairy moments in the years since he was the clean- cut dreamboat star of the smash-hit musical Joseph.
This catastrophic working of the rational mind is furthermore covered up by the lustrous "celeb culture" that frames man in a world of self-propagating images of wealth and happiness, while "out there the dreamboat faction rally their coupons, slice for slice before the shrine of self-preference, trimmed with gold leaf packets scattered in profusion" (Prynne 2011, 19).
Together with its long established brand name, Dreamboat, BMC now has two brand names being distributed to the Chinese retail market.
Wren (Victoria Justice) is thrilled when dreamboat Aaron Riley (Thomas McDonell) invites her to a party but the youngster's excitement is extinguished when her mother, Joy (Chelsea Handler), orders her to go trick-or-treating with her little brother Albert (Jackson Nicoll) instead.
A one-day wonder Of genetic engineering but elegant, floating On a dreamboat with her long-limbed lover.