bimbo bimbo  /ˈbɪm boʊ/


  • (n) a young woman indulged by rich and powerful older men


  1. So far, an army of reporters has failed to uncover a smoking bimbo.
  2. We sure dodged a bullet and a bimbo on November 4th.
  3. CNN has made some effort here, but the vast numbers of media outlets are still caucasian male centric entities and for Faux, driven on bimbo-esque blondes.


  1. Bimbo's Mexican CEO Wins U.S. Award After 'Fuzzy Teddy Bear' Ads Help Boost Sales

    MEXICO CITY ? Expansionist Mexican bakery firm Bimbo, run by CEO Daniel Servitje, has made a successful foray into the U.S. market following its $959 million acquisition of rival Sara Lee in late 2011.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. Rhye keeps it smooth, sexy at Bimbo's

    With the audience seated at tables under warm lighting, the mood was set at Bimbo’s on Wednesday night for a very intimate evening with the mysterious Rhye . Canadian producer-vocalist Mike Milosh and Robin Hannibal (of Danish duo Quadron) have turned heads in the indie world with their soulful, jazzy collaboration, and March 2013 album, Woman , mostly inspired by Milosh’s intense connection ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: San Francisco Bay Guardian

  3. The Mexican Who Made Your English Muffin

    Grupo Bimbo of Mexico is the largest bakery company on earth, and it's expanding in the U.S. market.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: CNBC


  1. According to The Sun newspaper sources close to Paris say that she is keen to show people that she is more than "just a bimbo or a wildchild."
    on Aug 20, 2007 By: Paris Hilton Source: ic

  2. Griffin adds, "The thing is he doesn't realize that I am the brains of the operation and he is like some dumb bimbo that I picked up!"
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Kathy Griffin Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  3. "I think there's two main adjectives people think when they see us: bimbo and slut," Marquardt says, with a fixed smile and giggle.
    on Aug 3, 2005 By: Bridget Marquardt Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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