Definition of kinky in English:

kinky

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Pronunciation: /ˈkɪŋki
 
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adjective (kinkier, kinkiest)

Derivatives

kinkily

adverb
More example sentences
  • It's a kinkily fun ride to a finale designed to delight the dedicated but offend just about everyone else.
  • Unaware of me observing him he looked at the kinkily dressed shop window dummies and pleased with what he saw, smiled to himself.
  • He photographed different bits of her body, and also made lubricious home movies in which she blew soapy bubbles through a phallic pipe or kinkily grappled with another woman.

kinkiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Now that I've grown older, more assured of who I am and that I'm very much in love with someone whose sensibility and sensuality perfectly balance mine, I've had no need for any kinkiness.
  • Oh please don't try and give me a demonstration of your kinkiness.
  • Even her hair changed, falling flat against her head and shoulders as the former kinkiness evaporated from it.

Origin

mid 19th century (in sense 2): from kink + -y1.

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