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Тест по английскому языку Thin, slender, slim, lean, meager

  1.   is the opposite of stout.
    • Meager
    • Thin
    • Slim
    • Lean
    • Slender
  2. He was a tall   man of about seventy with thin arms and legs.
    • slender
    • thin
    • meager
    • lean
    • slim
  3. Andrew tried coldly and logically to examine her defects. She was not beautiful, her figure was too small and   .
    • thin
    • meager
    • slender
    • lean
    • slim
  4. A few horses were still alive, but they were so   that little meat was likely to be found upon them.
    • slender
    • thin
    • lean
    • slim
    • meager
  5. Mandy's hands were   , her fingers long, her nails tapered and polished.
    • slim
    • thin
    • lean
    • meager
    • slender
  6. He was a tall,   man encased to the heels in a long black mackintosh.
    • slim
    • thin
    • meager
    • lean
    • slender
  7. On the table there stood a few wineglasses with   stems.
    • slim
    • thin
    • slender
    • lean
    • meager
  8. She liked to wear around her neck a   braid of silk with some trinket attached to it.
    • lean
    • slender
    • meager
    • thin
    • slim
  9. Wanda's nose was long and   ; it slightly resembled the beak of a bird.
    • thin
    • lean
    • slender
    • meager
    • slim
  10. The adjective   is used to describe a body with little flesh or fat. It is said of persons and animals.
    • slim
    • slender
    • thin
    • meager
    • lean
  11. The adjective   describes a person who is slight and thin; the opposite of this adjective is 'stout'.
    • meager
    • lean
    • slender
    • slim
    • thin
  12. He was famished for a sight of the girl whose   hands had gripped his life with a giant grasp.
    • slim
    • meager
    • slender
    • thin
    • lean
  13. Sleeping and smiling in his sleep they saw before them a   pale little child.
    • lean
    • slender
    • slim
    • thin
    • meager
  14. His head was bent low and his   hands were shaking as he was nervously rubbing them.
    • meager
    • slender
    • thin
    • lean
    • slim
  15. Ruth never read hunger in Martin's face, which had grown   and enlarged the slight hollows in his cheeks.
    • slim
    • lean
    • thin
    • slender
    • meager

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