American for a person who is not significantly overweight (as opposed to its previous definition, meaning underweight)
you're looking thin! (as a compliment)
by nunu October 27, 2004
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n.) Something girls (for some odd reason) aspire to be above all else, to the exclusion of healthy meals, self-confidence, and common sense. It is a vague goal that all females pursue, and that many would probably die for, at least in America. The male gender, having beheld this phenomenon of female obsession, has adapted to consider it attractive, causing the girls to want to be more so and strive desperately to shrink further. The guys are trained to think this is more attractive, and the cycle continues. There is a theory that the entire female race will someday starve into oblivion due to America's furthering of the obsession, and then homosexuals will rule the earth. However, this is a worst-case scenario, and hopefully shall not come to pass. But as long as supermodels exist, this apocalyptic attack of anorexia is a possibility.
Girl: Am I thin enough?
Guy: You're fine the way you are.
Girl: AHHH! You're trying to reassure me because I'm fat! I have to go on a diet now!
by Exaggerist May 22, 2006
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Say brother, can I borrow a thin brother
You know, a dime?

James Brown, "Down and Out in New York City," 1973
by Brautigaive August 13, 2019
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Exaggerist, you are wrong. Guys actually like girls who are confident about themselves and aren't anorexic. I know plenty of guys who think that thin girls are ugly because thin girls have no curves or confidence.

P.S. Yes I'm a girl.
All these girls with eating disorders think that being thin is the thing to go. They think it's what guys want. But guys actually don't like thin girl because they look ugly and sick.
by ugh seriously? April 9, 2007
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"Hey Brady you got any of that thin wit ya??"
by Jacklyn B. January 26, 2008
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shedding weight. the act of becoming thinner. something you say out loud when you look in the mirror and can tell you've lost weight.
Q: What are you up to?
A: Ohh, you know, just thinning and winning!
by Thin Winning June 21, 2012
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