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Skinny vs. Svelte

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Skinnyadjective

(informal) thin, generally in a negative sense (as opposed to slim, which is thin in a positive sense).

‘Her recent weight loss has made her look rather skinny than slender’;

Svelteadjective

Attractively thin; gracefully slender.

Skinnyadjective

Low-fat.

Svelteadjective

Refined, delicate.

Skinnyadjective

Naked; nude (chiefly used in the phrase skinny dipping).

Svelteadjective

showing a high degree of refinement and the assurance that comes from wide social experience;

‘his polished manner’; ‘maintained an urbane tone in his letters’;

Skinnyadjective

(of clothing) tight-fitting

‘skinny jeans’;

Svelteadjective

gracefully slender; moving and bending with ease

Skinnynoun

(colloquial) The details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

‘She called to get the skinny on the latest goings-on in the club.’;

Svelte

Svelte is a free and open-source front end compiler created by Rich Harris and maintained by the Svelte core team members. Svelte applications do not include framework references.

Skinnynoun

A state of nakedness; nudity.

Skinnynoun

(informal) A low-fat serving of coffee.

Skinnynoun

A skinny being.

Skinnyverb

(transitive) To reduce or cut down.

Skinnyadjective

Consisting, or chiefly consisting, of skin; wanting flesh.

‘He holds him with a skinny hand.’;

Skinnynoun

confidential information about a topic or person;

‘he wanted the inside skinny on the new partner’;

Skinnyadjective

having unattractive thinness;

‘a child with skinny freckled legs’; ‘a long scrawny neck’;

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