Meaning of slimness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈslɪmnɪs/

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‘Like strength to an ancient hunter and productivity to an ancient woman, slimness to a modern woman reflects self-control, self-sacrifice and good taste.’
  • ‘Wise beyond his years he may be, but in terms of physique, the 21-year-old Scot knows there is some way to go before the slimness of adolescence is replaced by the muscular body of the big hitters.’
  • ‘We live in an age when beauty is associated with slimness, and women everywhere are spending their money and expending their energies on trying to achieve this fashion ideal.’
  • ‘Instead, the designers have infused an ingenious ‘bias’ cut into their women's collections that creates the illusion of slimness.’
  • ‘Experts said that the blind trust on slimness formed a bias against fat people, who may lose confidence and become depressed and pessimistic.’