adjective, slen·der·er, slen·der·est.
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Origin of slender
SYNONYMS FOR slender
OTHER WORDS FROM slenderslen·der·ly, adverbslen·der·ness, nounun·slen·der, adjective
Words nearby slender
Example sentences from the Web for slenderness
At least in theory Kagan could compensate somewhat for the slenderness of her academic resume through the quality of her work.
He was conscious then of her slenderness and of the lightness of her steps.Cow-Country|B. M. Bower
It must, however, be added, that Chopin's slenderness of accomplishment in no way indicated any poverty of invention.Studies in Modern Music, Second Series|W. H. Hadow
There was a deceptive power in MacRae's slenderness, which was not so much slenderness as perfect bodily symmetry.Poor Man's Rock|Bertrand W. Sinclair