skinny little

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  • She was a skinny little woman with a great pile of frizzy light hair on a small head. Cited from The Song of the Lark, Willa Cather
  • She drags out a skinny little arm from a brown dustheap on the ground. Cited from The Uncommercial Traveller by Charles Dickens
  • His eyes shone and his skinny little fingers trembled with excitement of the chase. Cited from Vicky Van, by Carolyn Wells
  • A skinny little pipe stem is capable of a deal at such a time, and only a slender hand and arm could have done the work. Cited from New Chronicles of Rebecca by Kate Douglas Wiggin 7
  • Within a year you would hardly have recognized him as the pinched and skinny little fellow that once had lived at the Dole farm. Cited from A Busy Year at the Old Squire's, by Charles Asbury Stephens
  • A skinny little boy, who had been sliding up and down the back seat of the gig, sprang out and held the horse's head. Cited from In a German Pension, by Katherine Mansfield
  • As he spoke he put out his skinny little arms, and Flick, though still shivering and growling, began to calm down. Cited from What Timmy Did, by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
  • "Skinny Little Bitch" is a song by the American alternative rock band Hole.
  • Don't you touch that skinny little critter with the shakes. Cited from Bruvver Jim's Baby, by Philip Verrill Mighels
  • Would it not be just as sensible to insist upon his practising his skinny little arms with hundred pounds dumb-bells? Cited from Paul Kelver by Jerome K. Jerome
  • If others boast of their friends, you will know that YOU have a friend whom money cannot influence, one skinny little admirer at home whose affection is genuine. Cited from Editorials from the Hearst Newspapers by Brisbane
  • It features Love singing "Skinny Little Bitch" while getting a tattoo and is less than two minutes in length.
  • The place was deserted, save for the skinny little freckle-faced devil, who sat perched on a high stool, gazing wistfully out of the window. Cited from Toaster's Handbook, compiled by Peggy Edmund & Harold W. Williams
  • There was rather meager sport in running down and spearing the skinny little wild pigs, but after it was done the party returned to the city, as the experienced hunters knew there would be no use looking further that day. Cited from The Story of Paul Boyton, by Paul Boyton
  • "It was a gent you'd never have suspected -- that skinny little schoolteacher, Gaspar." Cited from The Rangeland Avenger, by Max Brand
  • That they had already taken effect, he saw, as Matty, who had not spoken a word all this time, drew the beautiful, shining tresses in front of her, and passed her skinny little hands lovingly over them. Cited from Uncle Rutherford's Nieces, by Joanna H. Mathews
  • Maria Leptin's interest in biology dates back to high school years where she was taught by a "fantastic teacher, a skinny little old lady, who was very original, and very enthusiastic."
  • Her skinny little form, weak eyes, flat chest, barely passed the medical examination; Herr Kreutzer did not understand some of the questions put to her and thus she nearly went on record as being without friends or means of winning her support. Cited from The Old Flute-Player, by Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey
  • Even now I can see that skinny little white hand straining to hold that mouth and chin, and afterward I saw how there was a cut across Skinny's fingers where the fellow's teeth had pressed. Cited from Roy Blakeley's Adventures in Camp, by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • "You can't stop me from staking this claim, too" shouted the Boston man, and shook his skinny little fist under the Desert Rat's nose. Cited from The Long Chance, by Peter B. Kyne
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