Did you by any chance mean slums?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slim.
“Heston Blumenthal finds pub grub is good for profits as the Fat Duck slims down”
“I guess somebody has to step up – the pickings are getting pretty slims as more and more conservatives are being exposed as cheats and liars.”
“His books are so slim I sometimes think he should write faster but then he must really work to make those slims books as brilliant as they are.”
“The vote by HMC is in reality an ultimatum that unless ISC makes radical changes and slims down its organisation, it will lose its most high-profile schools.”
“Consolidating debit and credit cards into a single piece of plastic slims down the wallet and, by extension, minimizes the awkward wallet-in-jeans bulge.”
“And if a person slims down, the people around him or her also may lose weight.”
“Recently on Offworld: PS3 slims, Plants Vs. Zombies the shirt ...”
“I'll bet he smokes a sissy cigarette like virginia slims, Kool's, and or Salem.”
“Many seem to agree that it will be thinner, with a teardrop shape that slims perceptibly at the bottom.”
“The new British government is under intense pressure to tighten its fiscal belt, with international ratings agencies threatening to cut the country's triple-A credit rating unless it slims down its debts.”
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