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Definition of "scrawnier" []

  • Comparative form of scrawny: more scrawny (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "scrawnier" in a sentence
  • "On closer inspection, Calvin saw that Nixon was definitely scrawnier, and had a few cuts on his head."
  • "He seemed even scrawnier compared to his attackers, who were fit, like they spent all day baling hay or something vigorous and outdoorsy like that."
  • "Why, that butler even buttons up his breeches, he does; helps him on with his big black frockcoat what flaps like wings when he pounces on yer; and knots his white silk cravat so sartorially sophisticated ... what only makes his neck look scrawnier, poking out as a vulture's from its ruff."