Origin of risquéFr, past participle of risquer, to risk
Suggestive of or bordering on indelicacy or impropriety.
Origin of risqueFrench from past participle of risquer to risk from risque risk ; see risk .
(comparative more risquÃ©, superlative most risquÃ©)
- A push up bra-style bikini top, or triangle top allows women to make the most of their assets, while relying on a pair of fuller bottoms to make sure the overall look isn't too risque, even for the beach.
- Although most of these bathing suits are so risque you'll rarely see them anywhere other than private beaches and pools, you can always visit LoveToKnow Swimsuits' micro bikini pictures gallery.
- From bar-hopping with a core group of friends to more risque outings, the goal is to give the soon-to-be-married man a wild night to remember before he settles in to married life.
- Keep in mind that many mods are intended to make the game a little more risque than usual, so be prepared for some of the more "adult" oriented mods that you may discover.
- If the items at these online stores still don't feel risque enough, you may want to check out some of the lingerie companies that outfit professional adult dancers.