Thin is an adjective.
If you need a synonym for thin, you can use skinny, svelte, slender, willowy, slight; or narrow, depending on the usage.
No. Thin is an adjective. Thinly is an adverb
The abstract noun form for the adjective thin is thinness.
The word thin is an adjective, a verb, and an adverb, not a noun. The noun form is thinness.
Waifish is an adjective ending in H that means thin. For instance, "Her waifish build made her appear much younger than her 16 years."
That is the correct spelling of the adjective "skinny" (thin, or narrow).
No, it is not. It is an adjective meaning thin (people) or narrow (things).
The word thinner is the comparative form of the adjective thin.Positive: thinComparative: thinnerSuperlative: thinnest
Maigre is an adjective meaning thin or lean. It is written the same in both masculine and feminine forms.
The word sheer is an adjective. It means to be thin or transparent.
Yes. It can mean narrow or slender, generally the opposite of thick.
wispy - it is an adjective meaning thin and weak or meaning lacking clarity.
thin, slim, bony
The positive degree of comparison of an adjective is the form that simply states whatever the adjective is. No comparison with anything else is involved: 'Peter was happy.' 'The grass is green.' 'My aunt is thin.'
No, it is not. Filament is a noun meaning 1) a thin stalk in plant reproductive organs, or 2) a thin wire as is found in incandescent light bulbs.
The word lanky (meaning ungracefully thin and tall) is an adjective.
One choice is skinny. Another would be svelte.
Sure- "That girl is so skinny that she's, like, paper thin!"Or'Stick thin' might be better to describe a person- "That girl is so skinny that she's, like, stick thin!"
The word slender is an adjective. It describes something that is thin.
Some synonyms for narrow (since narrow is an adjective):confinedtightthinrestrictedslendertapered
the word looked is a verb. it is the act of doing something. a noun is a person place or thing. an adjective is a word to describe something, like thin,fat,ugly,pretty.
It refers to the ability (typically of a metal) to be drawn or pulled into a wire (thin cohesive strand).The related adjective is ductile.
If you are referring to a dry, possibly hard, thin baked cake it is a noun. It can be an adjective as in 'having a biscuit colour'
The word DELGADO means thin, slim, slight, flimsy or slenderly built by referring to a person. ESA PERSONA ES DELGADA means that person is thin. DELGADO is the adjective for thin (with masculine nouns) in Spanish. DELGADA is for feminine nouns.