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adjective as in thin and well-built

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I tested several devices from Boox, the simplest being the Poke 3 e-reader, then the larger and more complex Note2, followed by the svelte Note Air and enormous Max Lumi.

Despite its svelte look, it can support all headphone models securely, including big gaming headsets.

So, while it’s more svelte as a larva, it’s got some of the adult movements down.

Despite being a relatively svelte RV, the typical Class B camper gets 16 to 20 miles per gallon and emits far more greenhouse-gas emissions than my Prius or bike, both my long-preferred modes of transit.

Tucked beneath the Mars-bound rover’s belly is a svelte hitchhiker named Ingenuity.

And saints are a pretty svelte bunch, what with all the fasting and suffering.

Growing up, Trainor was very self-conscious about her curves, often wishing she could be svelte like her high school friends.

Fair-skinned, tall and svelte with intense black eyes, she sought me out, again to practice her English.

Instead, her au naturel dusting and vacuuming maintained her svelte figure.

When the electro-induced trance subsides, a svelte, attractive brunette is revealed.

The woman reminds one of a red lizard—a salamander—her “svelte” body seemingly boneless in its gown of clinging scales.

Bella was slender and svelte, with long straight soft beautiful silken pale red hair and white-lidded eyes of grayish green.

Her gay svelte figure marched bravely along, virginal defiance in her shoulders and the swing of her tailor-made skirt.

Tall, svelte, and as far as Jacques Dantin could see, she was young.

But she's right there with the svelte figure,176 the school girly flush, and the sparklin' eyes.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to svelte, such as: graceful, lithe, slender, lean, lissom, and slinky.

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