come-hither


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come-hith·er

(kŭm-hĭth′ər)
adj.
Seductive; alluring: a come-hither look.

come-hither

adj
(usually prenominal) informal alluring; seductive: a come-hither look.

come`-hith′er



adj.
sexually provocative: a come-hither look.
[1895]
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come-hither

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come-hither

[ˈkʌmˈhɪðəʳ] ADJ [look] → insinuante, provocativo

come-hither

adj (inf) she gave him a come-hither looksie warf ihm einladende or aufmunternde Blicke zu

come-hither

[ˌkʌmˈhɪðəʳ] adj (fam) a come-hither lookuno sguardo invitante
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