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- n. The property of being skinny.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being skinny.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being skinny, or like skin.
- n. Leanness; emaciation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the bodily property of lacking flesh
The natural size of her hips and butt makes her "obese" according to the BMI standard, despite her skinniness!
My initial attraction tends to skew towards larger men, but I have dated men who are regularly chided for their skinniness and it was just fine.
Also, this has nothing to do with literal skinniness or fatness.
I was already planning on putting up some MUCH more naked photos than that, to motivate me back to skinniness.
She pranced around in tight T-shirts and leggings that instead of emphasizing her skinniness showed off her curves, slight though they were.
Losing skinniness should not be a loss of identity.
I don't even really believe that whole thing about skinniness.
The twinning of skinniness with girth growth has been evident since the days of Twiggy, when the formally differently sized and shaped female population were exhorted to take on this new diminishing of a woman's form and, as a result, got larger.
It is an art of the body, of corpulence and skinniness, flatulence and dropsy, of comic priggishness and irrepressible lust.
It'snot that there is anything wrong with skinniness in its current manifestation: it's the singularity of the image, and the message, which makes us judge anything that deviates from it as somehowwrong.
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