тощий; исхудалый; кожа да кости; обтягивающий; плотно облегающий; кожистый
- He could not possibly be on steroids: he is too damn skinny.
- The pale skinny boys identify with Morrissey because he lives out their quandaries.
- Then the skinny fey usher in white gloves neatly snips your proffered ticket in two: with a pair of nail scissors.
- A skinny Arm, full Shoulders; and,
- Roirbak had mistaken her for another boy: a skinny, awkward creature, but pretty in her own way, he conceded.
- At the other a skinny youth was going through a pile of invoices, checking them against what must be a goods-inward book.
- Her foot ferociously working the pedal, her mouth full of pins, she seems to be constantly warning, or criticising: "How many biscuits is that? or "You'd better watch it, young lady, Pat was skinny at your age and now look at her!"
- Skinny eyebrowns .
- He called him a skinny runt and a half-grown whelp, and he bellowed with amusement whenever a threatening movement or a deliberately sudden yell of "Boo" caused the boy to flinch with alarm.
- Instead he is as incomprehensible as the blurred tattoos which decorate his skinny arms, as jumbled as his own words on What it Means to Be a Skin.
- Purists might also check that the lock-stitch at the skinny end is hand-drawn for elasticity and strength and that the keeper-bar, which crosses the tie at its widest point, has also been stitched by hand.
- Richard was small and skinny for his age, part of the reason he was in this mess.
- Euphemia, get them skinny little legs out of bed!