supertight

supertight

(ˌsuːpəˈtaɪt)
adj
extremely tight
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But somehow her critics all failed to comment on the 60-year-old wearing a supertight corset.
"As long as the barrel connection is snug--not supertight, but snug--and the bolt is manually cycled a few times before shooting, I'd put a Takedown--barrel removed and replaced with each shot--up against any 10/22."
Mould and his supertight (and superloud) trio were heavy on Husker Du classics such as "Something I Learned Today'' and "I Apologize'' as well as Sugar's "Changes.'' He closed by flinging his guitar around and shouting "YEOW!'' -- but Rose was unimpressed.
I Mrs portfolio does not include any supertight system, all models being able to cradle a 7.62 or 12.7 mm machine gun.
I was afraid to wear things that weren't super- supertight. I wore a lot of corsetry," the Daily Star quoted her as saying.
Sonia Rykiel's supertight knitted sweaters updated bobby-soxers' tops of the '50s.
The powers Superman can't really be bothered with - busy as he will be with vanquishing immigrant armies of Polish builders and telling bankers off a teeny weeny bit and swooping about Westminster in his supertight undies.
Its atoms are bonded strongly together in a supertight crystal structure.
But they now believe he can be freed if he is kept on a "supertight rein".
The originator of the soul, funk and R&B hybrid in the '60s that has since been much copied, Geno's supertight band is one of the hardest working outfits in the country.
One race fan in a supertight corset certainly wasn't dressed for the flat season and distracted binoculars from the action near famous markers such as Melling Road and Becher's Brook.