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thin

  

      adj  
1    attenuate, attenuated, fine, narrow, threadlike  
2    delicate, diaphanous, filmy, fine, flimsy, gossamer, see-through, sheer, translucent, transparent, unsubstantial  
3    bony, emaciated, lank, lanky, lean, light, macilent     (rare)   meagre, scraggy, scrawny, skeletal, skin and bone, skinny, slender, slight, slim, spare, spindly, thin as a rake, undernourished, underweight  
4    deficient, meagre, scanty, scarce, scattered, skimpy, sparse, wispy  
5    dilute, diluted, rarefied, runny, watery, weak, wishy-washy     (informal)  
6    feeble, flimsy, inadequate, insufficient, lame, poor, scant, scanty, shallow, slight, superficial, unconvincing, unsubstantial, weak  
      vb  
7    attenuate, cut back, dilute, diminish, emaciate, prune, rarefy, reduce, refine, trim, water down, weaken, weed out  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    heavy, thick  
2    bulky, dense, heavy, strong, substantial, thick  
3    bulky, corpulent, fat, heavy, obese, stout  
4    abundant, adequate, plentiful, profuse  
5    concentrated, dense, strong, thick, viscous  
6    adequate, convincing, strong, substantial  


thin-skinned     
easily hurt, hypersensitive, quick to take offence, sensitive, soft, susceptible, tender, touchy, vulnerable  
  
Antonyms     
   callous, hard, heartless, insensitive, obdurate, stolid, thick-skinned, tough, unfeeling  
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See also:

think, thing, thinker, think up

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n.
very thin fabric used for theatre backdrops, translucent curtains etc
v.
to cover with a thin layer of paint applied with a dry brush in order to soften or blur a figure or outline
an art term

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