from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Very thin, as thin as a wafer.
- adj. A very small difference.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. very thin
- adj. very thin
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A typical morning began with wafer-thin pancakes, sausage and cheese, followed by a stroll through a park or bazaar.
But the government's parliamentary majority is wafer-thin.
I can still feel that air-filled bread collapse into wafer-thin slices as I bit into it.
State Senator Dan Rutherford (R-Chenoa) and Democrat Robin Kelly have both sketched out either small bore or wafer-thin ideas for the Treasurer's office that will likely have little impact on the state or its bankrupt budget, but may slap a little gloss on their campaigns.
The colorful dish was rounded out with pickled and crunchy sweet potatoes and a wafer-thin paper made from black olives and squid ink.
I can see each contraction of the muscle as it pushes up against the wafer-thin chest wall.
On such wafer-thin pieces of “evidence” Mylroie built her case that Yousef must have therefore been an Iraqi agent and that therefore Iraq had masterminded the 1993 Trade Center attack.
All the way down to three small wafer-thin beams circling around the spotlight.
Injuries and a wafer-thin squad are factors to which Boro's current unhappy run has been attributed.
On the night, it was announced that Mitt Romney had won by a wafer-thin margin of eight votes.