Definition of Thinnish

1. a. Somewhat thin.



Definition of Thinnish

1. Adjective. Somewhat thin ¹

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Definition of Thinnish

1. somewhat thin [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thinnish

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thinktanks
thinky
thinly
thinned
thinned out
thinner
thinners
thinness
thinnesses
thinnest
thinning
thinning out
thinning shears
thinnings
thinnish (current term)
thinolite
thinolites
thins
thins out
thinspiration
thinspo
thio
thio-
thioTEPA
thioacetal
thioacetals
thioacetamide
thioacetamides
thioacetate

Literary usage of Thinnish

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1. A Manual of British Lichens: Containing Descriptions of All the Species and by William Mudd (1861)
"LIMOSUM, (Ach.) Lobes of the thallus thinnish, emall, scattered, entire, ... Thallus thinnish, roundly lobed and somewhat imbricated, olive-black, ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Preparation, Combination and Application of by James G. Austin (1871)
"... fresh from the kiln, be weighed in portions of 39 Ibs., and mixed with sufficient water to form lumps of lime-paste, of a thinnish consistency, ..."

3. Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress: With a Preface, Notes, and Appendix by Thomas Moore (1819)
"... Oh Grace of the Graces! whose kiss to my lip Is as sweet as the brandy and tea, rather thinnish, That Knights of the ..."

4. Flora Cestrica: An Herborizing Companion for the Young Botanists of Chester by William Darlington (1853)
"Radical leaves 3 to 6 inches long, spatulate-ovate, on margined petioles ; stem-leaves narrowed at base, subsessile ; all thinnish and chartaceous. ..."

5. Symons's Meteorological Magazine (1885)
"Given a thinnish stratum of moist air in process of passing over a drier and ... This will have the effect of rolling the thinnish stratum into cylinders ..."

6. Gray's New Manual of Botany: A Handbook of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of by Asa Gray, Benjamin Lincoln Robinson, Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1908)
"S. lanceolate L. Leaves thinnish, rather deciduous, ovate-lanceolate or lance-oblong ; stigmas 3 ; berries dull red. — Uich woods and margins of swamps, ..."

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