Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Having a lean, gaunt frame with prominent bones.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having little flesh on the bones; lean and large-boned; gaunt.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having little flesh on the bones; gaunt.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective of a person thin and bony, having prominent bones, rugged but not necessarily handsome

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having a lean and bony physique

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Examples

  • At first encounter, Tuxtla has a rawboned, tropical boomtown feel and why not.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • Tuxtla is a rawboned, overgrown tropical city with many great restaurants, some with not only very good food but magnificent views from dining terraces but Tuxtla is a lot like Betty Sue Bogan - you have to explore patiently over time to discover her treasures.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • Her roommate, a good-natured, rawboned blonde named Maze, short for "Amazing Grace," is also the first of her family to go to college, but she comes from a very different world.

    Joyce Hinnefeld's "Stranger Here Below," reviewed by Carolyn See

  • At first encounter, Tuxtla has a rawboned, tropical boomtown feel and why not.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • Her roommate, a good-natured, rawboned blonde named Maze, short for "Amazing Grace," is also the first of her family to go to college, but she comes from a very different world.

    Joyce Hinnefeld's "Stranger Here Below," reviewed by Carolyn See

  • Tuxtla is a rawboned, overgrown tropical city with many great restaurants, some with not only very good food but magnificent views from dining terraces but Tuxtla is a lot like Betty Sue Bogan - you have to explore patiently over time to discover her treasures.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • Tuxtla is a rawboned, overgrown tropical city with many great restaurants, some with not only very good food but magnificent views from dining terraces but Tuxtla is a lot like Betty Sue Bogan - you have to explore patiently over time to discover her treasures.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • At first encounter, Tuxtla has a rawboned, tropical boomtown feel and why not.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • At first encounter, Tuxtla has a rawboned, tropical boomtown feel and why not.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • Tuxtla is a rawboned, overgrown tropical city with many great restaurants, some with not only very good food but magnificent views from dining terraces but Tuxtla is a lot like Betty Sue Bogan - you have to explore patiently over time to discover her treasures.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

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