Definition of swingy
: marked by swing
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Zeta-Jones cut a chic figure in a swingy black maxi dress and a matching blouse with subtle, sheer sleeves.
By virtue of the party's minority status, it is actually tilted toward the more liberal wing of the party (i.e. fewer centrist Democrats holding down swingy districts).
In between there are tiny ring bags a gal could dangle from her finger, purses made from abalone shells, purses with swingy flapper fringe and gold-mesh glamour bags from the 1950’s.
This has suddenly created a rare open congressional seat in a fairly swingy district that has more Democratic voters but also regularly re-elected the Republican congresswoman.
Dressed in a pair of (tastefully!) ripped skinny jeans, a canary yellow blazer and matching heels, her hair cut into a swingy bob, Daniella couldn't hold back her tears.
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