Definition of 'swirly'
Example sentences containing 'swirly'
TIME OF THE WOLF (2003)
The dancers in the advertisement sketch, however, were wearing glad rags, black tie the men, long swirly evening gowns the women.PROSPECT HILL (2003)
She longed for the gorgeousness of silk, the softness of cashmere, for swirly prints and tropical colour and dangling earrings and drama.LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2003)
She smiled and slid her fingers through the swirly hair of his chest.SIGNIFICANT OTHERS (2003)
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