thin person


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Noun1.thin person - a person who is unusually thin and scrawnythin person - a person who is unusually thin and scrawny
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
spindlelegs, spindleshanks - a thin person with long thin legs
butterball, fat person, fatso, fatty, roly-poly - a rotund individual
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The chevalier, now fifty-eight years of age, owned to only fifty; and he might well allow himself that innocent deception, for, among the other advantages granted to fair thin persons, he managed to preserve the still youthful figure which saves men as well as women from an appearance of old age.
You're also more likely to feel and be aware of glands going up and down if you're a very thin person, particularly in the neck area, where it's easy for glands to stand out against the muscle and skin," adds Matthew.
With a new baby on the way and a happier and healthier life in full swing, Nicole is enjoying life as a thin person more than ever
Although there are facts that speak in favour of the health of a thin person, perceptually a person who carries excess weight speaks more to many Namibians than a skinny person.
It's like trying to tell a thin person to watch their weight.
She said: "I'm not a naturally thin person, so it's a struggle to keep the weight off.
5,3) 93 Small group of trees (5) 94 Groove (3) 95 Existing (6) 96 Spanish holiday area (5,5) 98 Adversary (8) 99 American state (5) 101 Exaggerate (4,2,2) 102 Tall, thin person (8) 106 Adolescent (8) 111 Get out
In my own eyes, I felt like a thin person in a fat body but I always hid the tears behind a smile.
A large person and a not-so-large person swap diets, and we sit back and watch the results, which usually involve the thin person getting fatter and the fat person getting thinner.
Eddie: In this body there is a thin person dying to get out.