slender[ slen-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF slender
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLENDER
Strange, by what slender threads our lives are knitted to each other!
The girl was rather short, but of a slender elegance of form that was ravishing.
For slender purses there are cheap boats, cheap railways, and the omnibus.
The Road-Runner balanced on his slender legs and cocked his head trailwise.
She was small and slender, but no one had ever likened her to a flower.
What she saw was a tall man, slender, and about him there was to Linda a strong appeal.
He was slender and ruddy-cheeked, with tossing red-brown curls.
It was heavy; quite too heavy for the slender strength of a child, like Pandora.
The Assistant Commissioner had stood up also, slender and flexible.
Beneath his top-coat, evening dress clothed a short and slender figure.