|lessened, decreased, diminished; weakened, having become thin||reduced|
|(in Greek Mythology) one of the three Gorgons that had snakes for hair and everyone who looked at them was turned to stone; marine animal in the shape of a jellyfish that has long thin stinging appendages||Medusa|
|(Medicine) characterized by the secretion of a thin greenish fluid (about an ulcer or wound)||sanious|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
|(of sound) silenced, diminished by the presence of insulating material; wrapped in a cloak, covered, not heard clearly, wrapped to stifle sound||muffled|
|(Slang) strangle, choke; kill by hanging, ~ end: bony cut of mutton, lean person or animal, scrawny person or animal; neck of an animal; neck of a person (Slang), strangle somebody, thin person or animal||scrag|
|,(new zealand) suit jacket, cover surface, cover with a thin layer (of paint, dust, etc.), covering on animal, protective outer garment (against rain, cold, etc.); protective outer covering (fur, bark, etc.); coating, layer (as of paint), provide someb...||coat|
|a trademark for a contraceptive device consisting of a sheath of thin rubber that is inserted into a vagina before insertion of a penis||Femidom|
|a trademark for a thin board with evenly spaced holes into which pegs or hooks can be placed for displaying, hanging, or storing things||Peg-Board|
|a trademark for a thin strong polyester film used in packaging, insulation, recording tapes, and photography||Mylar|
|abandoned child, homeless or abandoned person (especially a child); young person who seems to be needy because of his/her thin feeble appearance; stray animal; cast-off or neglected items, thin young person, unclaimed item, waft||waif|
|ability to be decreased, diminishableness; ability to be expressed in a simpler form||reducibility|
|able to oscillate, not damped; not made less; whose amplitude has not become smaller (Physics), not diminished||undamped|
|abnormally diminished activity of the pituitary gland (Medicine), deficiency of pituitary hormones||hypopituitarism|
|abounding in plants not valued or desired; pertaining to weeds; lanky; thin, ungainly, gaunt, full of weeds, like a weed||weedy|
|absent or lessened, damaged, weakened, adversely affected||impaired|
|act of cutting into broad thin pieces; act of cutting across or cutting into||slicing|
|act of flowing in thin stream, flow slowly in a thin stream, move slowly or gradually, thin slow flow, slow movement, to flow in a thin gentle stream; flow by dripping; move slowly||trickle|
|act of making one accustomed to, familiarization, decreased response to repeated stimulus, drug tolerance or dependency, getting used to something||habituation|
|act of one who leads; conducting; guiding, instructing; (Airplanes) directing toward the front of the path of an enemy plane, ahead, glass framing, lead covering; lead framing; thin strip of lead or other metal which is placed between lines of type (Pr...||leading|
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