swishy


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resembling a sustained 'sh' or soft whistle

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I think it highly unlikely that the future queen has been looking to the reality TV star for fashion inspo, but there is no denying that last week everyone's favourite swishy haired royal stepped out in exactly the same dress that the hotel heiress wore last month.
You young scholars are Rapunzeled atop the Ivory Tower for some years to come and so could benefit from a dispatch that has little of the swishy beauty of the commencement speech but is more accurate and direct.
I mean, that Kim Sears with the swishy hair who married him on Saturday, she's lush!
Join an intrepid family of adventurers and their musical dog through the swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the squelchy mud in search of a bear.
head from rain, a carnelian cape to wrap my body in swishy silks of
It was the sister hotel of the Chateau Marmont, which is a very swishy place frequented by big stars like Robert de Niro and the last word in old world charm.
The producers thought Cohen's antics as a swishy fashionista in "Bruno," a crazy Kazakhstan journalist in "Borat," and hip-hop-happy Ali G, made him the perfect choice.
A favorite silhouette was a criss-cross pleated bustier, with self-covered buttons in the small of the back adding an erogenous touch, over a swishy floor-sweeping skirt.
Now two of Scotland's leading entrepreneurs are encouraging Scots to get swishy with it at a charity event.
His name is Leonard Pelkey, he's 14, and he's, well, "swishy," or as he calls it, "being himself." Phoebe is not especially kind to Leonard, but before long he has enchanted all the old lady patrons of her mother's beauty shop with his sense of style and his insistence that everyone needs a makeover.
And since Vickie, as performed in bright pink and swishy ponytails by Jessi Campbell, is a tad more perceptive than the rest of the mathletes when it comes to matters of the heart, one boy starts to realize that he has these gay feelings for his best bud on the team.
He continues: Swishy men, drag queens, and flamboyant events like gay pride parades are doing us more harm than good among the straight population, he argues.
ALL HANDS ON DECK IN A SOFT JERSEY DRESS LAYERED OVER A HALTER SWIMSUIT PEEKING UNDERNEATH AND TOPPED WITH A SWISHY, LIGHTWEIGHT SHAWL.
Nina put on her green knit hat, matching mittens, and swishy coat.
Preferably not gay, or at least keep the swishy facets to a minimum.