from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To make or become slender or more slender.
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- v. To make more slender.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. take off weight
- v. make slender or appear to be slender
New York's Whitney Museum wanted Renzo Piano to slenderize his design for a downtown expansion to save costs, and the Tate Modern in London asked Herzog & de Meuron to simplify the scheme for its new addition by excising complex glass protrusions.
Self magazine felt the need to digitally slenderize singer Kelly Clarkson before putting her on the cover of its "total body confidence" issue, even though Clarkson has said that she is comfortable with herself just the way she is.
Despite writing a great book, my abs are cursing you for recommending that ‘evil’ exercise to slenderize my inner tube!
Fuze Beverages Just six years after creator Lance Collins developed Fuze Beverages in his basement the company has taken off and now boasts over 18 of these delicious and nutritious drinks in four categories including slenderize, refresh, tea and vitalize.www. drinkfuze.com
A few styles that I have my eye on right now include (from left): boho Korkease wedges from Ravinstyle (the comfort cork heel gets extra points), Loefller Randall peep toe pumps from La Garconne (just enough heel to slenderize my legs), Bettye Muller two inch yellow thongs from Piperlime and if I'm really kickin 'it on the move, these 80%20 metallic high tops from Active Endeavors.
It should take google 2 days to filter out ads about…products you can purchase and then consume to slenderize yourself .
She will also modify the bustle in the back to slenderize the bride.
Take control with a pair of opaque tights that slenderize and smooth.
"News flash to the government: Changing menus is not going to slenderize America," Erikson wrote.
Homer's words is slenderize contrasting, and he isn't as thick as his figure is later portrayed to be.