It caused slight pain as the lady was plucking my eyebrows.
Shaving off all body hair does give you a slight edge as you are more streamlined.
Yes, the word 'slight' is a noun (slight, slights), a verb (slight, slights, slighting, slighted), and an adjective (slight, slighter, slightest).Examples:He responded graciously to the slight without a sign that he had been insulted. (noun)That critic does not like her books, he will slight her work at every opportunity. (verb)The room was beautiful with a slight breeze coming from the balcony. (adjective)
Aftershave will stop any cuts or nicks you get from shaving from getting a slight infection. Some have things in them kind of like a moisturiser to help soften up the skin from that stiff feel you can get after shaving. And of course it can make your skin smell nice :) there are fragrance free ones though.
Small in amount, degree, etc.: a slight increase; a slight odor.Adjective:Small in degree; inconsiderable.Verb:Insult (someone) by treating or speaking of them without proper respect or attention.Noun:An insult caused by a failure to show someone proper respect or attention.
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If you have dark hair, even a very slight growth can produce a shadow across the upper lip. If you are a female, you can either bleach it, or wax it. If you are a black female I would say just wax it. If you are a male, then maybe your getting to the age of shaving, however, if you are a young adolescent, or younger, I would check it out with your parents before taking any action. When I was 14 years old, classmates were making fun of me because of this issue. I told my mother I wanted to shave. Now, I don't really know why, but she was against me shaving and instead opted to use Nair hair remover. Please do not put this on your lip unless you really like pain!! Now, all the above is just a personal opinion.
I doubt it seriously. HIV requires a few microliters of infected blood to infect a victim. the slight amounts on an alum stick hardly are enough to transmit enough virus for an infection.
slight (adj.) Small in size, degree, or amount: a slight tilt; a slight surplus. slight (v.) To treat as of small importance; make light of
There is a slight mistake in your question. slight means: small in amount
There was only a slight difference between the two shirts.Of slight build and very short, the boy was often bullied.I had a slight rash from poison ivy.
Sure! It's only a slight discomfort for the driver and passengers. If you can live without it, it's only a creature comfort.
there is a slight chance ...
Slight is an adjective.
No. Slight is an adjective, and can also be a noun. The adverb form of the adjective slight is "slightly."
If slight someone you give them the cold shoulder. Slight means: Little or minor. So you give minor attention to them.
Slight alkaline Slight alkaline
without a doubt! the slight taste of the salty rascals make for delicious fare.
i had to make a slight change in my plane.
There is a slight problem with your question.
Slight : Qaleeel written as : قليل
Aaron Slight was born in 1966.
Jim Slight was born in 1855.
Jim Slight died in 1930.
You could use ice or place the skin in ice cold water for slight numbness if you do it long enough.