slinky

[sling-kee]
adjective, slinkier, slinkiest.
1.
characterized by or proceeding with slinking or stealthy movements.
2.
made of soft, often clinging material that follows the figure closely and flows with body movement: a slinky gown.

Origin:
1915–20; slink + -y1

slinkily, adverb
slinkiness, noun
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slinky (ˈslɪŋkɪ)
 
adj , slinkier, slinkiest
1.  moving in a sinuously graceful or provocative way
2.  (of clothes) figure-hugging; clinging
3.  characterized by furtive movements
 
'slinkily
 
adv
 
'slinkiness
 
n

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Example sentences
If you'd wear more of those slinky items, they wouldn't sit all folded up in the cabinet to attract the bald feline.
He wears a dense gold watch and opal cufflinks and a slinky bracelet made of medieval crosses and diamonds.
My slinky sorceress' robe will have a chain mail foundation garment, at minimum.
Place an outstretched slinky toy or a rolled-up piece of plastic mesh netting or chicken wire over the area.
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