Growing up, Trainor was very self-conscious about her curves, often wishing she could be svelte like her high school friends.
Rodarte just won the CFDA Womenswear Designers of the year award, with clothing lines for svelte women.
Instead, her au naturel dusting and vacuuming maintained her svelte figure.
When the electro-induced trance subsides, a svelte, attractive brunette is revealed.
Sure, their plump pariah son is now a svelte, BMOC, class president and (on paper) world-class polymath.
Belle, as we have seen, was tall and slender—“svelte” was the way she liked to put it.
I'd also like to meet the svelte one with store puffs and sorrel hair.
But she's right there with the svelte figure,176 the school girly flush, and the sparklin' eyes.
Tall, svelte, and as far as Jacques Dantin could see, she was young.
The woman reminds one of a red lizard—a salamander—her “svelte” body seemingly boneless in its gown of clinging scales.
"slender, lithe," c.1817, from French svelte "slim, slender," from Italian svelto "slim, slender," originally "pulled out, lengthened," from past participle of svellere "to pluck or root out," from Vulgar Latin *exvellere, from Latin ex- "out" (see ex-) + vellere "to pluck, stretch."