scrawny


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being very thin

inferior in size or quality

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As scrawny and impassioned as ever, one of the UK's most beloved and thinnest acts offers some suggestions, with his usual notoriously high joke- and-rant-per-minute rate.
A scrawny female Asiatic cheetah cub, discovered during a police raid on a smugglers' hideout in Tehran, has been transferred to Pardisan Park research center, which will become its permanent home.
The two actors are now a far cry from their days as scrawny kids, playing super heroes in the now defunct television series 'Super Inggo'.
The two "scrawny" invaders were caught red-handed by Ross Doherty in his home in Hartburn, Stockton.
Your Views Your Views QUOTES OF THE DAY "Arms as scrawny as an old woman's" Tory ex-minister Ann Widdecombe's unflattering description of the Duchess of Cambridge "I can't imagine how you build a career, never mind an empire, on that" Kim Cattrall does not understand the obsession with the Kardashians "When I first went to America, they thought I was Australian and I got quite insulted by that.
"Arms as scrawny as an old woman's" Ex-Tory minister Ann Widdecombe's unflattering description of the Duchess of Cambridge "I can't imagine how you build a career, never mind an empire, on that" Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall does not understand the obsession with the Kardashians "When I first went to America, they thought I was Australian and I got quite insulted by that.
At the time I was just a scrawny kid with a big mouth from just outside of New York City; the type of kid who would look up big words in the dictionary, then use them to prove to the other kids just how smart I was.
To paraphrase the late comedian Bill Hicks, I'd be far happier tightening my belt if it could be wrapped around the Chancellor's scrawny little neck.
It was without doubt the saddest specimen I have ever seen, scrawny in the middle with shiny, stumpy branches.
"You looked amazing, you haven't altered a bit, apart from the scrawny neck of course." - An unnamed relative's text to actress Maureen Lipman after the actress had been on TV.
Scrawny Thousands of feral foxes - some 20,000 in London alone, it's estimated - are presently roaming the streets of our towns and cities.
Lamb by Bonnie Nadzam (Hutchinson, PS12.99) Scrawny 11-year-old Tommie acts on a dare when she approaches 54-year-old David and asks for a cigarette.
One Bernese Mountain Dog kept by Ishii, 43, weighed just seven kilograms (15 pounds) -- a sixth of what it should have, said the official in Osaka, adding all the animals were "very scrawny".