- adj. Slitlike.
“Of course, Prince Philip has said he doesn't want any darkies or slitty-eyed chinks getting through, but we think we've explained enough about multiculturalism to him now .”
“Feb. 3rd, 2010 08: 49 pm (UTC) yes, even though the eye is blue its a contact, wait until Hal gets the slitty animal eye one.”
“Those ten soft digits got caught in the sharpened teeth of Susie's slitty mouth and her slitty slit.”
“Mullen opens his front door at 4: 03 a.m. in shorts and sneakers, his eyes still slitty, his voice a note deep.”
“The memory of Anthony and me standing in front of that mirror, both of us horrified by my fatty, slitty eyes, is still quite painful.”
“Especially if you are, like me, yellow of skin and slitty of eye and the person asking the question is someone you've known for a decade.”
“It may not be all beer and skittles for the slitty eyed devils yet and contrary to rumour Mussolini did not get the trains to run on time”
“The morning regulars trickled in – some coming off a night shift, others still slitty-eyed with sleep, all clutching fresh newspapers.”
“Look at this guy: burning slitty eyes, handsome face, and a well-placed collarbone that I bet leads to a kind of hot bod.”
“During a state visit to China in 1986, the prince famously told a group of British students: "If you stay here much longer, you'll all be slitty-eyed.”
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