[ US /ˈθɪnd/ ]
[ UK /θˈɪnd/ ]
[ UK /θˈɪnd/ ]
mixed with water
a cup of thinned soup
sold cut whiskey
How To Use thinned In A Sentence
- It is good with couscous, drizzled over char-grilled vegetables, thinned out with extra virgin olive oil for a spicy, rose-scented marinade or dressing, or stirred into mayonnaise and dolloped on to grilled fish or chicken.
- Initially 2-4 seeds were planted in each pot; 2 weeks after germination the seedlings were thinned to one per pot.
- Just brush the thinned paint on with a small filbert or flat.
- His nostrils flared, and his lips thinned to a slit line.
- My hair thinned at the crown and my formerly low hairline on my forehead began to dramatically recede. The Sun
- Fields surrounded the entire village, surrounded in turn by forest, thinned by woodcutting and clearance for pastures.
- _ This portion of the fibrous membrane is enlarged, globous or flattened, irregularly thinned, particularly at the periphery, where it may be as thin as tissue paper, nebulous because of the stretching of its fibers principally, but in some degree (differing in different cases) to edema of the epithelial layer. Glaucoma A Symposium Presented at a Meeting of the Chicago Ophthalmological Society, November 17, 1913
- In all experiments, rows produced by paper-ribbon sowing were thinned to one plant per site immediately after seedling emergence.
- A demonstration is given on how to paint using black watercolor or slightly thinned tempera paint.
- The trees thinned as we got closer to the top of the mountain.