\ ˈswü-pē How to pronounce swoopy (audio) \

Definition of swoopy

: having sweeping lines or movement a swoopy silhouette

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The result is a long, low, swoopy two-door car that appears aimed to become a personal vehicle for high-end executives and other big shots. Nathan Bomey, USA TODAY, "BMW reveals all-new 8-Series Coupe: 523 horsepower and 155 mph," 15 June 2018 To be fair, the swoopy sixth-generation Sonata was a tough act to follow, but whereas that model evoked the Mercedes-Benz CLS to great effect, the 2015 model’s creased sheetmetal and angular graphic elements appeared staid and emotionless. Michael Simari, Car and Driver, "2018 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T," 1 Nov. 2017 A tiny, swoopy micro braid took Delevingne's loose, soft waves to the next level at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards. Jihan Forbes, Allure, "11 of Cara Delevingne's Best Hair and Makeup Looks Ever," 12 Aug. 2017 The neckline features a V-neck collar rather than a curved, swoopy collar. Joe Freeman, OregonLive.com, "Portland Trail Blazers unveil new Nike uniforms," 29 July 2017 The swoopy exterior cuts into the crossover’s cargo capacity, however, leaving the new CX-5 with just 31 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats up, down three cubes to the prior CX-5 and down eight to the Honda CR-V. Greg Fink, Car and Driver, "2017 Mazda CX-5 AWD," 18 July 2017 But the reactions show what happens when a compact luxury SUV with gorgeous, swoopy lines is turned into a droptop. Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY, "Review: This topless Range Rover Evoque is a sexy beast," 26 May 2017 In a far corner, a group of artists work on crafting the swoopy attack movements of the aliens. Clive Thompson, WIRED, "Halo 3: How Microsoft Labs Invented a New Science of Play," 21 Aug. 2007

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1978, in the meaning defined above

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grandiloquent, ostentatious, or bombastic

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