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    1. Experience has taught me that there is a thin line

    2. She had a light knit-wrap with her, but she hung that on the rail, leaving only her thin jersey covering her long and elegant body

    3. Finally, satisfied, her face broke into a thin smile, but her eyes were still cold and lifeless

    4. Sprinkle thin layer over lawn and water well

    5. A simple trip to the grocery store will be filled with episodes of bad drivers, poorly-timed traffic lights, crowded aisles, indifferent checkout clerks, and thin plastic grocery bags that rip too easily

    6. He pulled out a thin glove from his pocket and put it on his hand, pressing the glove against the door and listening

    7. The walls in the house are pretty thin, and I sometimes heard him pacing up and down in there in the middle of the night and I swear I heard him call out Liz’s name once

    8. When dried it will leave a thin film for the cockroaches to run into

    9. He had a bushy beard but a thin nose, squinted eyes and a hearty smile, a huskier, rougher version of Kulai

    10. There were a few scraggles of thin ribbonleaves and some sap-nubs trying to hold the fine red sand together

    1. At this unfathomable depth of day and night, where darkness and light merged into one long, monotonous passage of time, my blood thinned and cooled

    2. Forward and backward across the deck they pushed and pulled like giant inch worms, rubbing the thinned varnish into the grain of the wood, being careful not to step on the deck planks already coated

    3. The Smoking car's habitues had thinned by the time they reached it, so they tarried a bit

    4. I also thinned out the bunches

    5. The crowd had thinned considerably and, by the

    6. downstream and the congestion of buildings had thinned

    7. The atmosphere thinned and I was in

    8. Though her body was thinned from her long years of slumber, Rafe could tell there was a definite toughness to every bit of her scrawny muscles

    9. thinned to a trickle as I headed east

    10. The herd was thinned by the time Bri Lynn leapt into the street

    1. then and so we limped along with the damned thing for years, eking out ever thinning

    2. For Afternoonday they trudged on in front of the Troarar hills, some greener humps in the distance across dun plains of thinning ribbonleaves in rough gravel

    3. gusting hard on the heels of Autumnal thinning

    4. The air seems to be thinning as he approaches the gates

    5. Somewhere in the process, he’d lost his hat, allowing his thinning hair to encircle his ears

    6. And that's not all; the atmosphere of Clive House was thinning and getting thinner

    7. We ran through the thinning forest and

    8. His dark brown hair was thinning on top and the hair of his magnificent beard covered most of his face

    9. He was in his fifties, average build and a pleasant face, but seemed to have too much forehead, an effect which was exaggerated by his receding hairline and thinning brown hair which seemed to want to stand straight up

    10. Both are rounded and both hairy but thinning

    1. The crowd on the sidewalk thins, and I look up to see why

    2. But that fades from my mind when the crowd before me thins and I see the rest of the room

    3. Filtration thins out the number of combinations in a given wheel

    4. Thins on the corner in the rain when I had an idea! Within days, I made $50,000

    5. flashes of thins that occurred when I was a child

    6. They worry now, as blood thins cold

    7. Evening thins to water

    8. Thins wisps of red

    9. The genetic code is the informer of structural thins related to the body

    10. For a short period, the fog thins out, and you can actually

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    Синонимы для "thin"

    melt off reduce slenderize slim slim down thin cut dilute thin out sparse lean flimsy fragile slight tenuous slender thinly skinny gaunt lank scrawny emaciated scanty meagre insufficient inadequate scarce rare attenuate attenuated fluid insubstantial poor weak faint shallow sketchy weaken diminish expand