Slight and Thin


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Slight adjective – Lacking substance or significance.
Usage example: slight evidence

Thin is a synonym for slight in characteristic topic. In some cases you can use "Thin" instead the word "Slight" as an adjective or a verb, when it comes to topics like characterisitc, slim, scanty. popular alternative
Nearby Words: slightly, slighted, slighting, slightingly
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Thin adjective – Having a noticeably small amount of body fat.
Usage example: after her bout with pneumonia, she looked thinner

Slight is a synonym for thin in slim topic. You can use "Slight" instead the word "Thin" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as property, fine, characterisitc, insubstantial. popular alternative
Nearby Words: thinned, thinly, thinness, thinning
Synonyms for Thin

Things that words describes

girl slight girl thin girl
frame slight frame thin frame
build slight build thin build
edge slight edge thin edge
Other nouns: smile.

Both words in one sentence

  • Noodle People In Michael Chabon's Gentleman Of The Road, one of the protagonists, Zelikman, is described as looking like a "slight, thin-shanked fellow" and a "scarecrow".
    Source: Noodle People
  • Extra-ore-dinary Musica and Reina of Rave Master are "silver claimers", who can both manipulate silver, though Reina has the slight advantage of being able to create silver out of thin air.
  • Anime / Princess Sarah Maria is thin, with an angular face, bad-tempered, sensitive to any perceived slight, enterprising, mean to the school cat, spends her time studying, and is the school's authority figure.
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