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Usage examples for slim

  1. She set her slim hands together. – The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop by Hamlin Garland
  2. Her head was bent toward him, the shaded lamp cast a glow upon her face and throat, and her slim, white hands rested on the table so near that he could have touched them. – The Main Chance by Meredith Nicholson
  3. It was at once stopped by a Russian officer, but we saw that he permitted Madame Riano to alight, and another person- a slim young figure in a crimson mantle- and that, I knew, was Francezka Capello. – Francezka by Molly Elliot Seawell
  4. Lieutenant Ames stood very tall and slim and straight as he looked into Marie's face. – Eve to the Rescue by Ethel Hueston
  5. The slim ears begin to move. – Darrel of the Blessed Isles by Irving Bacheller
  6. I lost a pound and three- quarters last week and I feel so slim and graceful. – Andrew the Glad by Maria Thompson Daviess
  7. She felt that he was remembering the slim, wild, sweet girl he had married. – In a Little Town by Rupert Hughes
  8. " By golly, I wouldn't go and feel that foolish again, not if yuh paid me for it," Slim declared. – The Happy Family by Bertha Muzzy Bower
  9. Finally she shrugged her slim shoulders and sighed. – The Lilac Girl by Ralph Henry Barbour
  10. He pushed ahead with Major Mills's command, and stumbled with them into the morning battle at Slim Buttes. – Campaigning with Crook and Stories of Army Life by Charles King
  11. You may not believe it, but I was as slim as Anna Belle, when I was her age. – Clover and Blue Grass by Eliza Calvert Hall
  12. One slim hand reached out and touched my cheek. – The Lost Door by Dorothy Quick
  13. Slim said, That's no secret. – Youth by Isaac Asimov
  14. Hale drew his long body up to its slim height, folded his arms, and gave her his most winning smile. – Astounding Stories of Super-Science, December 1930 by Various
  15. The canoe was long and slim. – White Queen of the Cannibals: The Story of Mary Slessor by A. J. Bueltmann
  16. As casually as if he had been a big doll she reached out one slim brown finger and drew his under lip a little bit down from his teeth. – Little Eve Edgarton by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
  17. The simplicity insisted on by the new school is evident in such lines as these from Two Red Roses across the Moon:- " There was a lady lived in a hall, Large in the eyes and slim and tall; And ever she sung from noon to noon, Two red roses across the moon." – Halleck's New English Literature by Reuben P. Halleck
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