girlie

[gur-lee]
adjective Informal.
1.
featuring nude or scantily clad young women: a girlie show; girlie magazines.
noun
2.
Offensive. a term of address used for a girl or woman.
Also, girly.


Origin:
1940–45; girl + -ie

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girlie or girly (ˈɡɜːlɪ)
 
n
1.  a little girl
 
adj
2.  displaying or featuring nude or scantily dressed women: a girlie magazine
3.  suited to or designed to appeal to young women: a girlie night out
 
girly or girly
 
n
 
adj

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girlie
"meant to titillate men," 1942, from girl.
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Example sentences
Well, you do know that he's the sort to hook it up hook it up at conferences behind his girlie's back.
My favorite card was the one that showed a picture of a girlie with pasties over her breasts.
He was a media star, posing for cheesecake publicity shoots, popping up on girlie calendars and matchbook covers.
Tired of dealing with his dysfunctional marriage, a photographer accepts an offer to work on a girlie calendar.
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