- (especially of a road) twisting or winding: a twisty little path through the woods.
Origin of twisty
Examples from the Web for twisty
It had better reviews entering the market than Bachelorette, it had a twisty plot, it had the stars.David Vs. Goliath in the Age of Video on Demand
September 25, 2014
As her best friend Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) said, she was “dark and twisty.”Sandra Oh Says Goodbye to Grey’s Anatomy
May 16, 2014
One predicted side effect of inflation is primordial gravitational waves: twisty ripples in the structure of the Universe.The Big Buzz in Space News Is Something Called “Inflation.” What Exactly Is It?
Matthew R. Francis
March 30, 2014
They then hurried over to the twisty slide, looking as happy as anybody could be—except for maybe their dad.Philip Seymour Hoffman and the Mourner’s Playground
February 4, 2014
The twisty horror film The Cabin in the Woods opened Friday.‘The Cabin in the Woods’ Spoilers: Drew Goddard Speaks Freely
Maria Elena Fernandez
April 16, 2012
I could see his face, now, an' the twisty smile on his lips.Prairie Flowers</p>
James B. Hendryx
Larry springs that wistful, twisty smile of his and goes on.Shorty McCabe on the Job</p>
She just springs that twisty smile of hers and comes right on.The House of Torchy
Pearly and Twisty were out there, but they were not playing.Boy Blue and His Friends
Etta Austin Blaisdell and Mary Frances Blaisdell
They ran round and round in a circle, and all their movements were very quick and twisty.The Crock of Gold
Word Origin and History for twisty
"attractively feminine," 1970s slang, is from twist "girl" (1928), apparently from rhyming slang twist and twirl (1924).