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Synonyms for skinny

Synonyms for skinny

Synonyms for skinny

confidential information about a topic or person

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being very thin

giving or spending with reluctance

References in classic literature ?
Then suddenly it projected a skinny claw armed with nails nearly an inch long, and laying it on the shoulder of Twala the king, began to speak in a thin and piercing voice--
Look here, Skinny Philander," he said, in belligerent tones, "if you are lookin' for a scrap, peel off your coat and come on down on the ground, and I'll punch your head just as I did sixty years ago in the alley back of Porky Evans' barn.
In the middle of the game, the officers saw some wagons approaching with fifteen hussars on their skinny horses behind them.
And if he wished them a skinny fowl," said Celia, "that would not be nice.
For a good many years I drew a public cab in Chicago, and that's enough to make anyone skinny.
You shall do your share, but not yet--you are too skinny.
But he's going to see a skinny old maid in Millersville now, and I guess she'll take him fast enough.
She waved her skinny old hand in the direction of the door.
But you've got a lovely fox head on your skinny shoulders, and that's ALMOST as good as being a fox.
The white robe was separated in front, revealing skinny legs and the further fact that the thing wore but the single garment, which was of fine, woven cloth.
The wedding guest does not wish to stay, but the old man holds him with his skinny hand--
Just imagine how you would feel if somebody told you to your face that you were skinny and ugly," pleaded Anne tearfully.
Harmon Andrews can't say to you what she said to me when I came home from Summerside, `Well, Anne, you're just about as skinny as ever.
With which consolatory assurance, Peg Sliderskew gathered up the chosen suit, and folding her skinny arms upon the bundle, stood, mouthing, and grinning, and blinking her watery eyes, like an uncouth figure in some monstrous piece of carving.
Man, too, was the most unlovely of creatures--with his skinny legs and his big stomach, his filed teeth, and his thick, red lips.