Definition of Thin person
1. Noun. A person who is unusually thin and scrawny.
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Specialized synonyms: Spindlelegs, Spindleshanks
Derivative terms: Scraggy
Antonyms: Fat Person
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thin Person
Literary usage of Thin person
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law: Including the by John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"Gaylord, 70 SC 415, 50 SE 20 (threats, etc., of a third person received; here, to show that the thin) person, not the defendant, was the aggressor; ..."
2. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer, William Bentley Fowle (1827)
"... and in the thin] person singular of the preterit of the subjunctive : quit, aimat, etc. At f<-, Attre, is only short in quatre ; battre, ..."
3. Good Cooking by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer (1898)
"The Diet I Advise for a Thin Woman IT is almost as difficult to add flesh to the very thin person as to reduce the obese. The thin person is nervous, wiry, ..."
4. Thin to Fat to Thin by Shay Villere (2004)
"Still, when I was overweight, I never really ate all that differently, but at the same time I wasn't eating the way I now do as a thin person. ..."
5. Glossary of Supposed Americanisms by Alfred Langdon Elwyn (1859)
"It is heard, in this country, in two senses; a very thin person is called scrawny; and a man at Brandywine Springs, Delaware, once told me that he liked the ..."
6. The Public Men of the Revolution: Including Events from the Peace of 1783 to by William Sullivan (1847)
"He was a man of common stature, thin person, stooping a little, and of studious face. He was called an able lawyer, and was a very direct, clear, ..."
7. The Public Men of the Revolution: Including Events from the Peace of 1783 to by William Sullivan (1847)
"He was a man of common stature, thin person, stooping a little, and of studious ... He was a man of common stature, but very thin person ; and (of quick, ..."