Slim and Thick


Slim adjective - Being of less than usual width.
Usage example: a slim volume of poetry

Thick is an antonym for slim.

Nearby Word: sliming


Thick adjective - Having or being of relatively great depth or extent from one surface to its opposite.
Usage example: a thick board was laid across the pit

Slim is an antonym for thick in topics: deep, thin.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Better Call Saul One of the hired members of Jimmy's camera crew (from the billboard stunt and the commercial shoots), for example, has a modern hipster-influenced look, with his tall, poofy hair, thick black-rimmed glasses, and slim-fit shirts.
  • Asian Buck Teeth He noted that Lieutenant General Kawabe looked like a propaganda caricature with his bullet head, thick glasses and buck teeth — so Slim comforted himself with the thought that, no matter which one of them was the better general, at least he was better looking.
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