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twisty (adj.)

1857, "full of windings," from twist (n.) + -y (2). Meaning "attractively feminine," 1970s slang, is from twist "girl" (1928), apparently from rhyming slang twist and twirl (1924).

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Definitions of twisty

twisty (adj.)
marked by repeated turns and bends;
had to steer the car down a twisty track
Synonyms: tortuous / twisting / winding / voluminous
From wordnet.princeton.edu