small-boned

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small-boned

[ˌsmɔːlˈbəʊnd] ADJde huesos pequeños
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She was small-boned all over; though her chest was extremely prominent in front, it was narrow.
and how do you do, sir?' With this salutation Mr Squeers patted the heads of two hollow-eyed, small-boned little boys, whom the applicant had brought with him, and waited for further communications.
I come from a whole family of beanpoles, but now, because I'm blonde and small-boned, I work out with weights to maintain bone mass.
Nichols was able to escape because a small-boned, 5'2" female deputy (a grandmother) had been assigned to guard the 6'1" muscular former college football player.
Small-boned, with a shock of crinkly blonde hair and a throaty, mischievous laugh, Nina Fonaroff was one of a nucleus of adventuresome, mid-twentieth century American choreographers.
According to his profile, he was 183 centimeters tall and figures/76K in weight; Small-boned physique; It is black hair and eyes are blues; It is in a right cheek and a left shoulder and there is a mark of the plastic operation on the shell* of the scar and the right hand.
Opt for delicate metal framed or frameless glasses, such as Mel B's above, if you are slim and small-boned.
Risk is especially high for women who are small-boned, sedentary, extremely thin, and who smoke, drink excessively, or have osteoporosis in the family.
Each of the small-boned skeletons lay buried in its own shallow pit, prompting some researchers to speculate that these were the remains of badgers, which live underground.
Metrizal Bin Afrizal is a small-boned, extraordinary dancer and martial arts practitioner from Sumatra; his honey-flowing limbs would melt into the ground even as he prepared for fierce turning kicks.