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His head was big, his body small, his arms and legs were thin and spindling.

They were so spindling and delicate that they were the death of themselves.

He had round, stooping shoulders, and long, spindling limbs.

If left too long they will soon crowd and become weak and spindling.

Nothing but a bedstead, with high, spindling posts, was there.

The neck was short, the shoulders thin and the legs and arms were spindling.

She might be described as pretty, but "peaky" and "spindling."

He greatly admired the graceful arch of his antlers, but he was very much ashamed of his spindling legs.

If the weak and spindling shoots are allowed to grow they will draw away the strength from the roots, to the injury of the crop.

But, as a rule, very high temperatures induce a spindling growth.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.