- n. The state or condition of being slinky.
- slinky + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Berardi is the man for high impact but never tarty body-conscious slinkiness, which is why he has become the Go To for the classier school of celeb.”
“The textures described are the textures of feminine connections, in all their coarseness, softness, prickliness, slinkiness or comfort.”
“He topped that off by using light-as-a-feather fabrics that gave them the ease and slinkiness of pajamas.”
“Oh, here you are," Kim's aunt said, approaching with the slinkiness of a cat.”
“Liberated from our chains of flesh, we drifted around the ceiling in an ectoplasmic haze, enjoying the slinkiness of the sensation.”
“Pimenta and Alberto Venceslau, in a rare male-on-male pairing, alternated big brusque athletics with neatly measured slinkiness.”
“They're as unpretentious as the bar they share a name with but confident enough to do instrumentals, and Skipper's Farfisa gives "Fire" and Mel Torme's "Comin 'Home Baby" a squealy slinkiness.”
“Given Center OS be able to match the slinkiness and versatility of the our nation's growing dependence on AV400?”
“Suddenly Dagmara Dominczyk, in a cameo, slithers into the picture with snakelike slinkiness, and puts a tender, open-mouth lip-lock on Aniston.”
“There's even a slinkiness to the groove (well, aside from when an inexplicable funereal organ fill that comes in) which gives the song a playful sexiness that even the random smashing noises in the background can't erase.”
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