Slinky meaning

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Graceful, sinuous, and sleek.

Wore a slinky outfit to the party.

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Sneaking; stealthy; furtive.
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Attractively sleek and revealing, as by being, variously, brief, contoured, gauzy, etc.

A slinky nightgown.

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Sinuous and graceful in movement, outline, etc.
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(UK, dialect, dated) Thin; lank.
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(mathematics) A three-dimensional curve "” a spiral wound around a helix.
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(trademark) A toy in the form of a loose metal (originally) or plastic spring that can be made to "walk" down stairs as its coils separate and close up.
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