Definition of dishy
What is the definition of "dishy"?
1. Slang Gossipy; sensational: published a dishy tell-all.
2. Chiefly British Slang Good-looking; attractive.
Use "dishy" in a sentence
"This is exactly the kind of dishy information Larry was hoping to get from his little experiment."
"K-Lo: I don’t know I think it sounds kind of dishy to me!"
"'Shakespeare in Love' (1998) The Earl of Oxford may have written this too, but Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard got screen credit for what is, by unanimous agreement among Shakespearean scholars, a totally fictional account of how a Bard with writer's block sought help from a shrink (who timed patients' sessions with an hourglass) and churned out "Romeo and Juliet" only after discovering his muse in a dishy, brainy aristocrat named Lady Viola."
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