The definition of slim is someone or something slender, thin or small in amount.
Characterized by abstinence or moderation:
Having sharp points like needles.
Marked with fine irregular streaks as if scratched by a needle.
Having little intensity or strength; faint:
Slender and delicate; not robust; weak
In good physical condition; fit; slim:
(Mathematics) Of, relating to, or being the solution of an equation in which every variable is equal to zero.
Lacking in volume, intensity, etc.; faint
Like wire in shape and substance; stiff
Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
Rich; producing a large income; desirable.
Bony and lean; gaunt:
(Of hair) Straight and flat; thin and limp. (often associated with being greasy)
Containing little fat or less fat relative to a standard:
Of poor quality or small amount; not full or rich; inadequate
The definition of scrawny is very thin or skinny.
Without much flesh; very thin
Not elaborate or ornate; simple:
Resembling a twig or twigs, as in slenderness or fragility.
Of a scrawny build; spindly or gawky.
Likely to fall into a faint; dizzy and weak:
That can be neglected or disregarded because small, unimportant, etc.; trifling
Of or on the outside; outer
Operating or controlled from a distance:
Conspicuous in position, wealth, or importance; prominent:
Easily bent; supple.
Bending easily; flexible; supple; limber; lissome
Readily bent, folded, or manipulated; pliant:
Affected by slight causes; showing slight changes.
Small in force, intensity, etc.; weak
Not worthy of notice; insignificant:
With limited margin; with barely enough space, time, etc.; barely successful
Common in rank or station; average; ordinary:
Very little, very few.
Being below average in quantity or extent:
The definition of gaunt is looking thin, bony or sickly.
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