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swoop·y

 (swo͞o′pē)
adj. swoop·i·er, swoop·i·est
Having smooth flowing curves: "auto dealerships as swoopy and stylish as the cars they sell" (Virginia Postrel).

swoopy

(ˈswuːpɪ)
adj, swoopier or swoopiest
tending to swoop
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Its predecessor, the gul- winged SLS AMG drew heavily on the company's motorsport heritage for design inspiration whereas the AMG GT took direct aim at the Porsche 911 not only with its market posi- tioning but also the swoopy rear and horizontal taillights.
2 pounds, 1 expected recoil to be grim with powerful ammo, but the swoopy recoil pad seemed effective.
It's not swoopy or, God forbid, Hollywood Regency, which is totally vomitous to me.
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The hugely influential Jewish graphic designer Alvin Lustig (1915-1955), a member of the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, creator of style-y book covers and designer of swoopy upholstered office chairs, designed a font in the 1930s called "Euclid.
Redesigned for its third generation, the five-seat Murano now features a tall hood, V-shaped grille design, light-emitting diode headlamps and tail lights and eye-catching, swoopy lines along the sides.
When I auditioned for Mark Dendy in college, we learned a circle dance that was very swirly and swoopy and didn't have any counts--and we were going backwards.
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When bean counters, engineers, marketing get through with the concept, swoopy curves and dreamy interiors give way to more staid and easily manufactured designs.
A gorgeous, swoopy compact Benz that really feels like it's engineered like no other car, it moves with a pleasing old-fashioned simplicity.