- n. Plural form of stiletto.
“Ever wondered how Mariska Hargitay and Blake Lively stand around all night in stilettos?”
“Lonnie says you look great in stilettos, though, so I suppose I'll have to take her word for it.”
“[T] he film comes to feel like a vehicle designed to let Rock first vent about balls-and-chains and their slutty, harpy inverses, and then be absolved of such nasty attitudes by an unearned Hollywood ending which proves that marital lovemaking and bliss can be yours if you nag enough, refuse to ravage gorgeous women in stilettos, and avoid changing anything about your egocentric self," writes Nick Schager at Slant.”
“By the time I was in my early twenties I had a vast collection of vintage clothing and accessories – snakeskin stilettos from the fifties, an Yves Saint Laurent pea coat from the sixties, ultrasuede Halston from the seventies, polka-dotted Versace from the eighties, and all variety of treasures from across the decades (the perfect faded Flintstones pajama top featuring Pebbles and Bam-Bam: timeless) – that I delighted in and which I dedicated, in secret, to my grandmother.”
“With vamp blood coursing her through her veins, and a werewolf’s uncanny instinct for danger, Riley wears snakeskin stilettos and pure, in-your-face attitude when she plunges into her latest case: Hunting down a killer whose victims are high-society strumpets — and the rich and powerful men they’ve dated.”
“With vamp blood coursing her through her veins, and a werewolf’s uncanny instinct for danger, Riley wears snake-skin stilettos and pure, in-your-face attitude when she plunges into her latest case: Hunting down a killer whose victims are high-society strumpets – and the rich and powerful men they’ve dated.”
“The stilettos were the first to go, then the red silk chiffon evening gown with its fitted bodice and exquisite diagonally cut skirt.”
“Pair with a plain black knit and simple black stilettos, which is perhaps how La Moss would wear them, if she wasn't up to her skinny thighs in Somerset mud.”
“Regarding the April 9 article '' Forecast highs '' (Smart Living) about high heels, aka stilettos or pumps: They were most probably designed by men for the pleasure of men and never worn by men.”
“Cerruto, who expresses a great affection for such shoes, claims that high heels (also known as "stilettos" in Italy), tone the legs and strengthen the all - important pelvic muscles.”
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All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Sexy words along with unusual, obscure, and kinky words thrown into the mix.
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