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Sentence count:199+58 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: frailgauntlankyleanmeagerscantyskinnyslenderslightslimsparsesvelteAntonym: fatthickSimilar words: thinkthingnothingwithinthink outthink upthink ofanythingMeaning: [θɪn]  v. 1. lose thickness; become thin or thinner 2. make thin or thinner 3. lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture 4. take off weight. adj. 1. of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section 2. lacking excess flesh 3. very narrow 4. having little substance or significance 5. not dense 6. relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous 7. (of sound) lacking resonance or volume 8. lacking spirit or sincere effort. adv. without viscosity. 
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31) He was thin and tall, with a hooked nose.
32) Cut the meat into thin slices.
33) His mouth tightened into a thin line.
34) Dictionaries are usually printed on thin paper.
35) Did you notice how thin her wrists were?
36) A thin layer of dust covered everything.
37) The body was hidden beneath a thin layer of soil.
38) The sharp nose and thin lips gave his face a very harsh look.
39) The collar on my coat has worn thin(,so I must patch it.
40) Is there anyone who hasn't suffered for the secret love? We alwaysthink that love is very heavy, heavy and could be the heaviest thing inthe world. But one day, when you look back, you suddenly realize thatit's always light, light. We all thought love was very deep, but infact it's very thin. The deepest and heaviest love must grow up withthe time.
41) We warned the children not to walk on the thin ice.
42) People dramatically cross very thin line between life and death.
43) A thin thread of light made its way through the curtains.
44) Persons dying from cancer grow thin and visibly waste away.
45) I vaguely remember, you thin lips stuck on my forehead carefully,as if the whole world becomes quiet.
46) She was wearing only a thin robe over a flimsy nightdress, and her feet were bare.
47) The child was so thin that you could see her bones.
48) She was a tall thin woman who had gone grey early.
49) She was thin and tired-looking and generally in a bad way.
50) Stan puffed out his thin cheeks in a passable imitation of his dad.
51) He managed to acquire a thin veneer of knowledge to mask his real ignorance.
52) The northern end of the island juts out like a long, thin finger into the sea.
53) The company claims that their product 'makes you thin without dieting'.
54) A fat man has much more flesh than a thin man.
55) The air was thin and crisp, filled with hazy sunshine and frost.
56) Clear and bright pupil, the MI, long eyelash tremble slightly, white flawless skin with light pink, thin lips like rose petals delicate drips.
57) The walls in this apartment are so thin you can hear just about every word the neighbours say.
58) You can make your own distorting mirror by pasting a sheet of kitchen foil to a piece of thin cardboard.
59) He was short and thin, with a sharp nose and hollow eyes.
60) This string is too thin, I need a thicker piece.
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