There was no paper-thin covering on her chairs, bed, and dressing table.
But I was told that in this country somewhere are Giants with sweet, hard kernels which fill up their paper-thin shell fully.
The bony part of the tooth, on the other hand, starts as a paper-thin sheet, but full sized.
Meantime won't somebody give me another cup of coffee and about a dozen more rashers of that paper-thin bacon?
The paper-thin walls permitted you to hear them living the most intimate details of their lives.
The cord had been passed through holes in a square of paper-thin birch bark.
It came apart easily, a shell of paper-thin but remarkably strong metal, protecting the tightly packed contents.
This place didn't have anything excepting a lonely shack with paper-thin walls made of special heat-insulating material.
None of your featherweight, gas-lightened, paper-thin alloy shells, but toughened aluminum from stern to stern.
A clamp of artificial matter took it, and held the paper-thin sheet, many feet square, in the air.