Word : nubile
(NOO-bil, -byl, NYOO-)
1. Sexually attractive (referring to a young woman).
2. Ready or suitable for marriage (referring to a young woman).
From Latin nubere (to marry). Earliest documented use: 1642.
“Hillie is not some nubile young woman, but a 65-year-old mother-of-two.”
Jill Foster; Can You Believe This Woman is 65?; Daily Mail (London, UK); May 9, 2011.
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