from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a tendency to cling.
- adj. Pathetically possessive of someone, usually a significant other.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Apt to cling; adhesive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Apt to cling; adhesive.
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I would love to wear more dresses and skirts because you are right about T-shirts and jeans, but the skirts are too short and are meant to be worn bare-legged and the dresses are halter or strapless or made of thin clingy material, etc.
I think many women have become wary of seeming to want or need a man for fear of appearing 'clingy' or weak.
I really don't want Moffat to write Rose because he doesn't like her and I can see him writing her as a "clingy" ex-girlfriend if he felt forced to tie up the Doctor/Rose story.
I think that his comment about her being "clingy" was just a smoke screen for whatever is going to happen.
I only have to say one word for him to know what I mean, "clingy".
I bet she wore some kind of clingy knit top that was sexy as hell while also being perfectly era-appropriate.
With only 8 days to go, I'm getting a little "clingy" with Leo, but he doesn't seem to mind.
And everyone has a friend like this, who ` s kind of clingy and like says the wrong thing, doesn ` t know when to call it a night, but Owen Wilson ` s character is so over-the-top.
I am kind of clingy and protective around him lately.
In fact, now and then, if a girl had come back more than once with him and seemed liable to grow what he termed "clingy," Jack would take a few moments of relaxed, post-coital time to ring Ivor -- reconnecting the phone briefly, if necessary -- while she looked on and listened.