nubile in Greek
"I removed my robe and stood before her..." taut, nubile, proud.
All you, eager nubile young minds on the very cusp of adulthood.
Education in Britain is a nubile Cinderella... sparsely clad and much interfered with.
Having an expense account, a car allowance, a young, nubile assistant to fetch me my caramel macchiato.
Nubile, young temptress traipsing around your house.
This does not look like the fresh-faced nubile Bellas that we have come to know.
Well, I had an hour between deliveries, and I met this very nubile Russian ballerina at an Internet cafe.
All you eager, nubile, young minds on the very cusp of adulthood.
All that remained... was her nubile body.
I was just reading in last month's "Koreshian Bride" that four out of five cult leaders like their handmaidens nubile, flighty, and teetering on the edge of a breakdown.
of girls or women who are eligible to marry: marriageable, mature