Having skin of a specified kind. Often used in combination: fair-skinned; dark-skinned. (adjective)
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Use "skinned" in a sentence
"If you're going to dish it out, you can't be too thin skinned to take it as well."
"If you are so thin skinned, how do you think you're "leadership" would transfer to the White House?"
"But the criticism, will do a lot more than make his lower lip tremble, it will melt the facade of confidence, and reveal the thin skinned egotist beneath."