Examples of kinky in a Sentence
She says her boyfriend is a little kinky.
while passing through the airport, don't wear any kinky clothing that is likely to pique the interest of security
Recent Examples of kinky from the Web
The more down-market variations flaunt fishnets, kinky boots, hot pants, fur chubbies and harnesses.
Frank’s inquisition forces Marston to justify his reasons for creating a character for children with so much, well, kinky stuff.
Ilana’s yet to embrace the full glory of her kinky hair.
Frank’s inquisition forces him to justify his reasons for creating a character for children with so much, well, kinky stuff.
Which means anyone with thick, kinky coils is looking at a feat of straight-up wizardry to wear a very basic piece of clothing that billions of people take for granted on a daily basis.
This has kinky potential, and director Marc Forster makes a feint in the direction of psychosexual thriller.
Which means freakiness/naughtiness/kinkiness is normal—science backs me up on this—and, yes, lots of women have high libidos and lots are kinky.
Visit a kinky bakery, where everyone will get a *special* baguette.
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Synonymsbizarre, bizarro, cranky, crazy, curious, eccentric, erratic, far-out, funky, funny, odd, kooky (also kookie), offbeat, off-kilter, off-the-wall, outlandish, out-of-the-way, outré, peculiar, quaint, queer, queerish, quirky, remarkable, rum [chiefly British], screwy, spaced-out, strange, wacky (also whacky), way-out, weird, weirdo, wild
Related Wordsaberrant, abnormal, addlepated, flaky; extraordinary, fantastic (also fantastical), freak, freakish, freaky, phantasmagoric (or phantasmagorical), phenomenal; atypical, rare, singular, uncommon, uncustomary, unique, unusual, unwonted; conspicuous, notable, noticeable, outstanding, prominent, salient, striking; atrocious, outrageous, shocking; crotchety, idiosyncratic, nonconformist, nonmainstream, out-there, unconventional, unorthodox; baffling, bewildering, confounding, mystifying, perplexing, puzzling
Near Antonymsaverage, commonplace, everyday, garden, normal, ordinary, prosaic, routine, run-of-the-mill, standard, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual, workaday; conformist, conservative, conventional; expected, familiar, knee-jerk, predictable; common, customary, frequent, habitual, regular, wonted
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