swoonworthy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

swoon +‎ -worthy

AdjectiveEdit

swoonworthy (comparative more swoonworthy, superlative most swoonworthy)

  1. Worthy of being swooned at.
    • 1981, Robyn Donald, The Interloper, page 173:
      I mean, let's face it, you are a Fowler and your grandfather was loaded and Dane is absolutely swoonworthy!
    • 2020 December 24, “For 25 years Stella Tennant forged a cool new idea of beauty”, in Stuff NZ[1]:
      One commentator described the results as "swoonworthy pieces at a luxury price", adding: "Even the thermals - in bright primary colours, with extra-long sleeves to pull over the hands - are exquisite.