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kink·y

 (kĭng′kē)
adj. kink·i·er, kink·i·est
1. Tightly twisted or curled: kinky hair.
2. Slang Showing or appealing to bizarre or deviant tastes, especially of a sexual or erotic nature: "his appetite for kinky filmmaking, unmitigated by any artistry" (John Simon).

kink′i·ly adv.
kink′i·ness n.

kinky

(ˈkɪŋkɪ)
adj, kinkier or kinkiest
1. slang given to unusual, abnormal, or deviant sexual practices
2. informal exhibiting unusual idiosyncrasies of personality; quirky; eccentric
3. informal attractive or provocative in a bizarre way: kinky clothes.
4. tangled or tightly looped, as a wire or rope
5. tightly curled, as hair
ˈkinkily adv
ˈkinkiness n

kink•y

(ˈkɪŋ ki)

adj. kink•i•er, kink•i•est.
1. full of kinks.
2. marked by unconventional sexual preferences or behavior, as fetishism.
kink′i•ly, adv.
kink′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.kinky - (used of sexual behavior) showing or appealing to bizarre or deviant tastes; "kinky sex"; "perverted practices"
abnormal, unnatural - not normal; not typical or usual or regular or conforming to a norm; "abnormal powers of concentration"; "abnormal amounts of rain"; "abnormal circumstances"; "an abnormal interest in food"
2.kinky - (of hair) in small tight curls
curly - (of hair) having curls or waves; "they envied her naturally curly hair"
3.kinky - informal terms; strikingly unconventional
unconventional - not conventional or conformist; "unconventional life styles"

kinky

adjective
1. (Slang) perverted, warped, deviant, unnatural, degenerated, unsavoury, unhealthy, depraved, licentious, pervy (slang) engaging in some kind of kinky sexual activity
2. (Slang) weird, odd, strange, bizarre, peculiar, eccentric, queer, quirky, unconventional, off-the-wall (slang), outlandish, oddball (informal), wacko (slang), out there (slang), outré kinky behaviour
3. twisted, curled, curly, frizzy, tangled, coiled, crimped, frizzled He had red kinky hair.
Translations
مُلْتَوٍ، مُنْحَني، مُتَجَعِّد
krøllet
göndör
kučeravý

kinky

[ˈkɪŋkɪ] ADJ (kinkier (compar) (kinkiest (superl)))
1. (sexually) → pervertido
2. (= eccentric) [dress etc] → estrafalario (pej) [person] → raro, estrafalario
3. (= curly) [hair] → ondulado

kinky

[ˈkɪŋki] adj [sex] → olé olé inv
kinky rubber underwear → des dessous olé olé en latex
to be kinky [person]
I've heard he's a bit kinky → J'ai entendu dire qu'il avait des goûts spéciaux.

kinky

adj (+er)
hairwellig
(inf) person, ideas, mindverdreht (inf), → schrullig, spleenig (inf); boots, fashionverrückt (inf); (sexually) → abartig; underwear, leather gearsexy inv; kinky!nein, so was! (inf), → lustig, lustig! (inf)

kinky

[ˈkɪŋkɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (hair) → crespo/a (fam) (sexually) → dai gusti particolari; (person, idea, fashion) → stravagante, eccentrico/a

kink

(kiŋk) noun
a twist or bend, eg in a string, rope etc.
kinky adjective
(hair) with a lot of small curls.
References in classic literature ?
And here are aged Moors with flowing white beards and long white robes with vast cowls; and Bedouins with long, cowled, striped cloaks; and Negroes and Riffians with heads clean-shaven except a kinky scalp lock back of the ear or, rather, upon the after corner of the skull; and all sorts of barbarians in all sorts of weird costumes, and all more or less ragged.
A pocket knife he wore in his hair, the blade snapped down on a kinky lock.
One of the trader's favorite tricks was to catch Mauki's kinky locks and bat his head against the wall.
He shuddered, but with averted face hid his grimaces and swallowed his gorge as he put his arm around her dirt-crusted shoulders and felt the contact of her rancidoily and kinky hair with his neck and chin.
Some wore penknives clasped on their kinky locks for safety.
From the kinky locks of one of the naked young men he drew a hand-carved, fine-toothed comb, the lofty back of which was inlaid with mother-of-pearl, which he later sold in Sydney to a curio shop for eight shillings.
On their backs were oval shields, in their noses huge rings, while from the kinky wool of their heads protruded tufts of gay feathers.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cyndi Lauper has settled a lawsuit by songwriter Benny Mardones that accused her of lifting elements of his song "Into the Night" for the finale of her 2013 Tony Award-winning musical "Kinky Boots," according to a court filing.
So many people had raved about Kinky Boots but as someone who's all-time favourite is the polar opposite (Les Miserables) I wasn't sure what to expect.
FOR two weeks only, Kinky Boots comes to the Theatre Royal in Nottingham.
Byline: SCOTT BEGBIE SAW KINKY BOOTS AT HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE
THE winner of every major Best Musical award, Kinky Boots stomped its way into the Liverpool Empire this week.