studly
adjective Etymology: 1stud Date: 1972 slang attractively masculine ; hunky

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • studly — by 1971, Amer.Eng., from STUD (Cf. stud) (2) in the “virile man” sense + LY (Cf. ly) (1). Related: Studliness …   Etymology dictionary

  • Studly — Mild insult. Used sarcastically to describe someone who is not actually a Stud. You think you have a chance with that girl ... ya, OKay Studly! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Studly — Mild insult. Used sarcastically to describe someone who is not actually a Stud. You think you have a chance with that girl ... ya, OKay Studly! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • studly — /stud lee/, adj. studlier, studliest. Slang. virilely attractive; muscular and handsome. [1955 60] * * * …   Universalium

  • studly — adjective Like a stud (sexually attractive male). Syn: hunky …   Wiktionary

  • studly — adj American cool. The term is typically applied to peo ple, particularly males …   Contemporary slang

  • studly — adj. (about a man) hunky, physically attractive, attractive in a masculine and sexual manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • studly — adjective (studlier, studliest) informal (of a man) sexually attractive in a strongly masculine way. Origin 1960s: from stud2 …   English new terms dictionary

  • studly — stud•ly [[t]ˈstʌd li[/t]] adj. li•er, li•est. sts sl. virilely attractive; muscular and handsome • Etymology: 1955–60 …   From formal English to slang

  • studly — /stud lee/, adj. studlier, studliest. Slang. virilely attractive; muscular and handsome. [1955 60] …   Useful english dictionary

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