lean[ leen ]SEE DEFINITION OF lean
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEAN
He thought, too, of the lean face and the peculiar, set eye of Dozier.
And now it comes back to me about the other one, the lean Andrew, his brother.
And he chuckled and rubbed his lean hands together as I had so often seen him do.
The tall son of Hanover was lean of flesh, but gross in muscle.
I am lean and bony and I've got a beak where I should have a nose.
And now they're trying to lean it up a—there's some more puffs of smoke—it's guns!
He knew the power in her lean, muscular arms, the strength in her narrow shoulders.
He looked at them critically and replied: "Certainly they are lean."
His mental perturbation was due to the lean look of his bank balance.
Take six pounds of the lean of fresh beef, cut from the bone.