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Spell check of kinky

Correct spelling: kinky

Synonyms:
nippy, fetishism, pedophilia, deviant, outlandish, quaint, funky, snappy, distorted, queerish, bestiality, twisted, sexual abuse, perversion, bizarro, crisp, far-out, sharp, cranky, peculiar, eroticism, depraved, perverted, misrepresented, curly, reprobate, sick, wacky, kooky, nappy, outré, curious, remarkable, perverse, masochism, raunchy, quirky, incest, sensuous, terse, weird, odd, laconic, frizzly, off-the-wall, strange, spaced-out, steamy, off-kilter, unconventional, weirdo, offbeat, erratic, rum, erotic, screwy, knotted, out-of-the-way, sadomasochism, frizzy, bondage, sizzling, nipping, curt, crispy, abnormal, funny, crazy, wild, sadism, frosty, provocative, unusual, eccentric, bizarre, way-out.

Antonyms:
everyday, prosaic, ordinary, predictable, conformist, knee-jerk, run-of-the-mill, normal, typical, frequent, expected, common, regular, workaday, average, conventional, familiar, routine, conservative, wonted, straight, unexceptional, customary, usual, garden, unremarkable, standard, habitual, commonplace.

Examples of usage:

1) Whenever blacks were depicted in cartoons or photographs, the stereotype presented them as having thick lips, flat noses, big ears, big feet, and kinky woolly hair. - "The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America", Norman Coombs.

2) Robert responded, his kinky wool bristling as though electrified and his eyes fairly starting from their sockets; he was trembling from head to foot. - "'Laramie;' or, The Queen of Bedlam.", Charles King.

3) Never in her life had she seen a creature so black, so incredibly black, or with hair so kinky, so incredibly kinky. - "Gentle Julia", Booth Tarkington.

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