) or girly
- displaying or featuring nude or scantily dressed women ⇒
a girlie magazine
- suited to or designed to appeal to young women ⇒
a girlie night out
Example Sentences Including 'girlie'
A kid sat at a high desk with a girlie magazine opened flat to a beaver shot of a gorgeous blond.
At the height of the Vietnam War, when American troops came to Hong Kong for rest and relaxation, there were said to be 250 ` girlie " bars.
Hong Kong! Hong Kong!
But remember, there's much more to flower power than girlie dresses and skirts.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
In particular, I think there's far too many girlie columnists.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
On the New York girlie show Sex and the City, a male character once looked at Miranda's red hair and asked if she was Irish.
Seated outside it was the second officer, robed like themselves and reading a girlie magazine.
She stood up angrily, shivering, brushing bits of grit from the seat of her girlie tight skirt.
TICKLED PINK (2002)
When wrongly accused of reading girlie magazines, Graham poisons his mum.
While good girlie fun, it is exhausting, especially the massage which always stresses me out.
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