from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Graceful, sinuous, and sleek.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Lank; lean; flaccid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Prov. Eng. & U. S. Thin; lank.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
furtive, stealthyor catlike
- adjective UK, dialect, dated
- noun mathematics A
three-dimensional curve— a spiralwound around a helix.
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So, I want to see Scarlett Johansson and Halle Berry in slinky dresses, at a party singing “Happy Birthday, Mr. President,”
DREW slinky is supposed to look like barbed wire too i think
So, I want to see Scarlett Johansson and Halle Berry in slinky dresses, at a party singing “Happy Birthday, Mr. President,” and a late night motorcade back to the White House, with Bill Clinton giving a thumbs up.
There’s plenty of gore and swanky babes (Sheryl Lee filling the Lucy role) in slinky outfits, but the languorous plot is a bore.
Kurt Wilberding for the Wall Street Journal At Alice & Olivia's presentation, models wore minimalist dresses that recalled slinky 1970s dressing.
The so-called slinky loop system will supplement a boiler for the dining hall.
Give me your address and I will send you a 'slinky' to illustrate this point. by
This image here is what I was trying to convey to my son regarding cosmic energy by using the "slinky" model / ouroboros reference.
Tuesday, January 17, 2006 Thou art that: I got to thinking about "involution-evolution" and recalled my conversation with my son about my "slinky" idea and decided to do an image search on magnetic polarity.
I had a mental block on the word "slinky" for the past 24-hours.