The definition of slight is a small amount or someone that is fragile or has little weight or substance.
Limited in importance or significance; trivial:
The definition of trivial is insignificant, or of no importance.
Very subtle in difference or distinction.
Unable to withstand temptation, urgency, persuasion, etc.; easily impressed, moved, or overcome; accessible; vulnerable.
Lacking physical or emotional strength; delicate:
In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
To be pitied.
Not elaborate or ornate; simple:
The definition of thin is having little depth, being lean or not having a lot of something.
Small in size; not big, large, or great
Of little significance or importance.
The definition of petty is someone who gets caught up in small details.
The definition of diminutive is small or tiny.
Of exceedingly great size, extent, or quantity.
Not strong or substantial; slight:
Conspicuous in position, wealth, or importance; prominent:
(Informal) Contemptibly slight, worthless, or skimpy
Of less than normal or sufficient size.
Having or expressing a meaning:
Understanding and tolerant; liberal:
Giant is defined as of great size, strength or mind.
Weakened or worn out from age or wear
The definition of flimsy is something which is lacking in strength or thin and easily broken.
Not firm or strong physically; weak; feeble, as from old age
Not solid or heavy; flimsy; light
Extremely scanty; meager.
The definition of meager is something that is thin, scanty or not enough.
Inadequate in size or amount; not enough; meager
Not covering a considerable amount of the body:
Stinging or capable of stinging
Containing a considerable percentage of alcohol:
Being more than is usual, required, or permitted:
Lacking vigor or strength; feeble or weak:
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