- having the sides long and flat, like slabs.
- tall and lank.
Origin of slab-sided
First recorded in 1810–20
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Examples from the Web for slab-sided
Pringle was a slab-sided, beak-faced youth with buttermilk eyes.Motor Matt's Mystery
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And that slab-sided Peters says he saw you turn into the thicket.Bolanyo
Opie Percival Read
The male is slab-sided, hook-billed, and distorted, and is rejected by the canners.
The sand car slowed down now, as they approached a slab-sided mesa that rose vertically from the desert.Planet of the Damned