Synonyms & Antonyms : Thin





Thin



( Adjective )


He seemed to vanish into
thin air.

Synonyms:

Diluted

Narrow

Slim

Bony

Lean

Slender

Delicate

Weak

Meager

Films

Scanty

Sparse

Contextual Examples:

The sad realities of the poor are much more tragic than what reaches us through
diluted versions of the news media.

His servant is paid too
meager a salary for the enormously manual work he does for the company.

The boss got rid of his impertinent subordinate on a
flimsy charge.

The western part of India has very
scanty rainfall.



Antonyms:

Strong

Sturdy

Heavy

Thick

Bulky

Adequate

Plentiful

Abundant

Profuse

Bountiful

Wholesome

Contextual Examples:

This tractor is really
strong and solid for the heavy work it is supposed to do.

Adam is quite
sturdy to undertake the strenuous manual work if we pay him adequately.

This year’s kharif crop is
bountiful, thanks to the high yielding varieties programme of the agricultural institute.

This hotel serves a
wholesome meal for its charges.




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