Adjective(1) so tight as to cling to the skin
(1) How many women do you know who wear seven inch heels, four foot wigs, and skintight dresses?(2) On his upper body he wore a black, long sleeve, skintight shirt, and in his right hand he held a rapier.(3) He has gold earrings, studded black leather wristbands, and a skintight black T-shirt and jeans.(4) He looked down at his baby blue, skintight shirt, which was revealing his rippling muscles.(5) Decked out in a matching set of black lingerie or skintight one piece, she gives guys not thrilled with things silicone filled a taste of ‘natural’ beauty.(6) A white man stepped through the door, wearing a black skintight suit and carrying an M4 assault carbine.(7) A blue skintight shirt was covered by a white oriental style tunic.(8) She wore the skintight suit under a doctor's white coat and pants.(9) And then she found that she couldn't zip up her skintight dress.(10) The suit was skintight , but not in an uncomfortable way.(11) He was wearing another skintight shirt with red jeans, this time accessorized with purple hued sunglasses.(12) She had a skintight shirt on and very low cut shorts.(13) Ireland wear their usual green strip, while Cameroon line out in white shirts with black skintight sleeves and red shorts.(14) They'd walk up to change shifts looking the business in Ray-Bans, stretched skintight trousers, gleaming helmets and high boots.(15) The girl climbed out and glanced briefly up at us before focusing on adjusting her skintight skirt.(16) The dress was skintight , went down to the floor and had many slits on the sides.
(1) skin-tight :: isikhumba-tight
1. skin-tight ::
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