nymphet

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nym·phet

 (nĭm-fĕt′, nĭm′fĭt)
n.
A pubescent girl regarded as sexually precocious.

[From earlier nymphet, nymphette, small nymph, young nymph (applied in Vladimir Nabokov's novel Lolita (1955) to a pubescent girl desired by the novel's narrator) : nymph + -et.]

nymphet

(ˈnɪmfɪt)
n
a young girl who is sexually precocious and desirable
[C17 (meaning: a young nymph): diminutive of nymph]

nymph•et

(nɪmˈfɛt, ˈnɪm fɪt)

n.
a sexually precocious girl.
[1955]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nymphet - a sexually attractive young woman
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
Translations

nymphet

nymphette [nɪmˈfet] Nnínfula f

nymphet

nNymphchen nt

nymphet

[ˈnɪmfɪt] nninfetta
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He bedded his three wives in quick succession then moved on to MARLENE DIETRICH and a series of underage nymphettes.
Those seeking the knowledge come from all walks of life, from nubile nymphettes to distinguished (postconsultation, you understand) middle aged men.