One that looks, especially a spectator or an onlooker.(noun)
Slang A very attractive person.(noun)
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Use "looker" in a sentence
"In fact, she was a looker from a certain angle, a little bit like that curvy sweetheart who died in a car crash around a year ago."
"Witness the perfect marriage of ingenious design and user-friendly functions, this good-looker is set to be a head-turner at this year’s Basel show."
"He's certainly not what the boys call a looker and his face doesn't inspire me with much confidence."