Definition of 'slinky'
Example sentences containing 'slinky'
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She looked gorgeous in a slinky dress, which showed a lot of cleavage and we both knew the spark was there.The Sun (2010)
Then he got a hairdresser and her friends to glam him up for a night on the town in a slinky blue dress and big bouncy wig.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Unfinished hems and bulky vertical exterior seams retained an air of elegance, their rough finish somehow marrying perfectly with the slinky lines of dresses and skirts.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Currently the cool way to wear a parka is, inevitably, with high heels and over a dress or slinky skirt.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The owner of a dry cleaning business dropped from a size 22 to a slinky size 10 after being inspired by a motivational speaker.The Sun (2012)
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