One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Chocolate responds to the warmth of your mouth and each fondle of your tongue; softly, slinkily and slowly it melts.’
- ‘Above all, it was the slinkily emerging blues finale to Act I (the singers seizing a standard lamp as though it were a microphone) that confronted us with Tippett's nerve-tingling operatic genius.’
- ‘The dialogueless scenario refuses to jell, and is performed somewhat unconvincingly, except when the performer slinkily dances.’
- ‘The silver curves slinkily around my bone structure making my arm look quite beautiful.’
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