slinkiness


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Synonyms for slinkiness

the act of proceeding slowly, deliberately, and secretly to escape observation

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Add some slinkiness to your wardrobe this season and slither into the snakeskin trend, inspired by Chloe's 70s-style Python range.
"The music for each character has its own personality, and I'm giving a style to each one." She's included traces of the Kurt Jooss ballet The Green Table and the movie The Red Shoes, lots of her trademark slinkiness, and a seriously mad Mad Tea Party, with 24 "wild and crazy" dancers.
The costumes are awesome, while the dancing captures a lot of the slinkiness that gives cats their character.
Joan Osborne, for instance, wasn't remotely faithful to the structure of "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go," infusing the song with a torch-song slinkiness, but she nevertheless managed to retain the original's craving.
Here's Catherine Zeta Jones dancing with all the slinkiness of Cyd Charisse as flapper girl Velma Kelly."