Fitting closely or clinging to the skin.(adjective)
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Use "skintight" in a sentence
""Avatar" blended live action with performance-capture, scenes shot on a soundstage with actors in skintight suits covered in sensors that allow digital cameras to record their movements."
"Every time I see a young woman dressed in skintight jeans that cut into her flesh, a drab coloured t-shirt and flip flops, I remember the beautiful clothes that were available in the 1980's."
""I tell you I can't swim that far and back, and I ain't going to try it only to get drowned," he snarled; but even as he spoke there flashed past him a lithe, tan-colored body in skintight silken underwear; there followed a splash, and Shag's clean, dark face rose to the surface as he struck out towards the unfortunates."