Adjective "kinky" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈkɪŋki/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Involving or given to unusual sexual behaviour.
  1. 'Like kinky sex, the strangeness and remoteness of molecular representation reproduce the body as Other.'
  2. 'This popular sex writer, who often manages to be both kinky and complex (not an easy combination, in or out of bed), loses his breadth when it comes to issues of identity.'
  3. 'In other words… the less he sees it as kinky or deviant, the more he'll be willing to do it.'
  4. 'Many wonderful, strange, kinky and explosive things have happened since last I blogged.'
  5. 'Of course, if she and this strange woman were playing kinky games with chains and nakedness, at least that meant the guy staring at her wasn't a stranger.'
  6. '‘I do seem to have a real sense for the animate implications of inanimate objects,’ says Gurganus when confronted with this kinky moment.'
  7. 'Plays about passion are profuse and easy: heterosexual or homosexual, interracial or senescent, kinky or chaste.'
  8. 'Blind people even find a way to adapt kinky behaviour to their world.'
  9. 'It has the kinky freedoms of sexual fantasy, the logic of the dream, the barking mad allure of Salvador Dali's finest moments.'
  10. 'There was nothing kinky or funny about the situation.'
  11. '‘Everyone has a fetish,’ says George of Northbound Leather, a Toronto store that sells dominatrix gear and other kinky accessories.'
  12. 'Of course she's dressed in another pair of kinky boots indicative of her femme fatal stage persona but there's no calculated synthetic chic here.'
  13. 'Denim is worn with blues and reds, padded items are silver and white, whilst chainmail dresses and kinky PVC numbers are in a palette of gritty greys and raven black.'
Having kinks or twists.
  1. 'To achieve the soft, loose romantic waves that you want, instead of an overly kinky perm that just won't be shiny, Luke suggests that you may need to make more time for styling.'
  2. 'Sweat beads the size of mushroom caps gathered beneath his sparse and kinky hair.'
  3. 'Living on the coast meant that Hailey constantly suffered from kinky messy hair, which the city folk deemed ‘beach hair’.'

Definitions

1. full of kinks; closely twisted: a kinky wire.

2. (of hair) closely or tightly curled.

3. Slang. marked by unconventional sexual preferences or behavior, as fetishism, sadomasochism, or the like.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be kinky at times."

"sexes can be kinky."

"machines can be kinky."

"sessions can be kinky."

"boots can be kinky."

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Origin

Mid 19th century (in kinky (sense 2)): from kink + -y.