Definitions and Examples of slender, thin
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Gracefully thin; having a delicate and attractive shape.
She had a slender figure that made her look elegant in any dress.
Having little flesh or fat on the body; not overweight.
He was so thin that his clothes hung loosely on his frame.
Key Differences: slender vs thin
- 1Slender describes a person who is thin and graceful, often with an attractive shape.
- 2Thin describes a person who has little flesh or fat on their body, but it does not necessarily imply gracefulness or attractiveness.
Effective Usage of slender, thin
- 1Body Descriptions: Use slender and thin to describe someone's body shape or size.
- 2Fashion: Use slender to describe clothing that fits close to the body and emphasizes a lean figure.
- 3Food and Nutrition: Use thin to describe food that is low in calories or fat.
The antonyms of fubsier are slender and thin. Slender describes a person who is thin and graceful, while thin describes a person who has little flesh or fat on their body. Use these words to describe body shape or size, fashion, and food and nutrition.