1. having unattractive thinness;
2. inferior in size or quality;
Lily wants a beefcake for a boyfriend and not some scrawny shrimp.
In the neighbourhood of the elephant shed, there was a scrawny, poorly fed, stray dog.
He [ had ] a long , scrawny neck that rose out of a very low collarWinston Churchill.
They were convalescing slowly and lay scrawny and weak in their bed.
Piers was a scrawny boy a face a rat.
And another construction worker is small and scrawny.
A damned mule,'she repeated, looking indignantly at the scrawny beast.
For more than an hour a scrawny guy sat at bar staring into his glass.
I'll wring your scrawny neck for you , Will Scarlett!
He also noticed five scrawny children peeking at him from behind various pieces of furniture.
Perhaps , the scientists thought, the same would hold true for scrawny specimens versus the truly buff.
But a scrawny fawn stood there on shaky legs, looking right at me.
A few scrawny chickens were scratching around the yard.
Christine put an arm around him, aware of his scrawny shoulders.
He goes into the freezer and discovers that there's only scrawny turkey left.
And also let the mother of scrawny to eat.
And another construction worker is and scrawny.
The scrawny kitten lingered, brushing itself against our legs, and meowing plaintively.
Amazingly, one in 50 wished they looked like scrawny junkie rocker Pete Doherty.
I want a beefcake for a boyfriend and not some scrawny shrimp.
Hmm, I thought. This little brown scrawny thing is kind of cute after all.
Eric Seal thought the scrawny puppy at his feet was perhaps five weeks old.
The vulture extended his scrawny neck.
There is relatively little information about scrawny, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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