The film, silent and seven minutes in length, featured cabaret star Louise Willy performing a sultry striptease.
A saucy, sultry 5-foot-10, with long, dark hair, she created quite a stir and did not lack for admirers.
The result: Lizzy Grant had turned herself from sweet and airy to sultry and dark.
But she did offer a prediction: “My guess: with Mad Men the song will be sultry.”
Sailors is – or rather, was – a sultry blonde who was signed by the prestigious Ford Models and fronted a Bacardi campaign.
In adventures of this nature I passed the sultry month of May, during which no material change took place in my situation.
Meanwhile there was no reverberation from Seymour Street—only a sultry silence.
In a hot July it is not unpleasant to dangle one's feet in water during the sultry dark hours.
The night is close and sultry, and the walk has tired me more than usual.
Then towards noon his soul became cool, and the sultry thunder-clouds within it drew back.
1590s, "oppressively hot, close and moist" (of weather), from obsolete verb sulter "to swelter" (1580s), alteration of swelter. Figurative sense of "hot with lust" is attested from 1704; of women, "lascivious, sensual, arousing desire" it is recorded from 1940.