How to use skintight in a sentence
She later criticized the media on Twitter for focusing on her skin-tight white Glavis minidress.
Fur and individuality are in; skin-tight clothes and neon are out.
We were all dressed in skin-tight, tiny Azzedine dresses that were the big hit of the moment.
Blanca, who was famous for wearing skin-tight jeans, attended Mass in a traditional skirt and embroidered blouse.
Two years later, a repentant Uma wore skin-tight Versace in a meek porridge hue.
She looked to be fully as big and much heavier than her mother, who had recently been subjected to a skin-tight shearing.The Red Cow and Her Friends | Peter McArthur
They wore skin-tight clothes of some metallic silky stuff, and long flowing gleaming silvery capes.The Colors of Space | Marion Zimmer Bradley
The yellowish-green or faded apple-green coat; the skin-tight trousers of any color you choose.Frdrique; vol. 2 | Charles Paul de Kock
She peeled two skin-tight gloves from her plump hands, so carefully that the operation gave her all the time she wanted.The Helpmate | May Sinclair
When the man was gone, Mr. Redmain nodded his head three times, and grinned the skin tight as a drum-head over his cheek-bones.Mary Marston | George MacDonald
British Dictionary definitions for skintight
(of garments) fitting tightly over the body; clinging
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