synonyms: lean, thin, skinny
mean not having a great amount of flesh.
Shirts and ties have also reverted back to the 60s mod trend, featuring skinny
the company is the exclusive worldwide distributor of Skinny
Expertly and knowledgeably co-authored by Cynthia Girling (Director and Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia) and Ronald Kellett (Professor of Landscape Architecture and Director of the Neighborhoods LAB in the Design Centre for Sustainability at the University of British Columbia) Skinny
Streets And Green Neighborhoods: Design For Environment And Community is an innovative modern introduction and study of urban planning and ecology that deftly provides the reader with an exceptional selection of proven methods for solving generally difficult problems for community landscapes in urban areas.
Nescafe is launching skinny
variants of its Cappuccino and Latte instant coffees.
Enhanced with occasional illustrations by Noah Mavael Miller, Skinny
Eight Avenue is a showcase compendium for the distinctive, thought-provoking, superbly crafted, almost visual, sometimes revelatory poetry of Stephen Paul Miller.
Any reader interested in body image will find Scoot Over Skinny
a most provocative collection of insights.
The VP-8 Fighting Tigers and VP-4 Skinny
Dragons immediately began to fly humanitarian assistance/disaster relief (HA/DR) missions.
Russ Hamachek is a self-styled writer drawing on his experience as an executive in the brewing industry for his third novel, THE SKINNY
I'm a tall skinny
gay guy, and I'm much too self-conscious to go to a gym.
Even though weight lifting is big, there's always been skinny
guys who do real well, from Pete Maravich and George Gervin to Reggie Miller.
Let us assume for a minute that Billy is not just standing next to the 12-year-old boy in the secluded, but otherwise empty school yard, but rather has already put his foot on top of the little guys head at about 35 miles per hour because Billy does not like the skinny
little runt anyway (say the moral equivalent of the softwood lumber duties) and the question immediately arises as to whom is the moron.
BUT WILL the British public take to a skinny
Freedom of speech and expression are also of concern to naturists who report that thirteen states--Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, and South Dakota--not only outlaw skinny
dipping and nude bathing but also require anyone convicted of these offenses to register as sex criminals
IN 1953, I was a skinny
young tap dancer in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, feeling the urge to try my luck in New York.