- fitting almost as tightly as skin: skintight trousers.
Origin of skintight
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Examples from the Web for skin-tight
She later criticized the media on Twitter for focusing on her skin-tight white Glavis minidress.Lindsay Lohan's No-Win Day in Court
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Fur and individuality are in; skin-tight clothes and neon are out.Hottest Back-to-School Trends
August 19, 2010
We were all dressed in skin-tight, tiny Azzedine dresses that were the big hit of the moment.The Glamorous World of Indochine
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He was dressed from head to foot in skin-tight black leather.One-Way Ticket to Nowhere
He looked back at the image of Stanton, a black-clad figure in a flexible, tough, skin-tight suit.
As he walked, he could feel the slight motion of the skin-tight woven suit that he wore rubbing gently against his skin.
He was dressed from head to foot in a skin-tight suit of underwear which had been cut for him by a Garden-of-Eden tailor.The Parthenon By Way Of Papendrecht
F. Hopkinson Smith
I took off my suit, hung it in a handy locker, showing that all I had on underneath was my skin-tight "union suit."A Spaceship Named McGuire
Gordon Randall Garrett
- (of garments) fitting tightly over the body; clinging
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Word Origin and History for skin-tight
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