fat, meager, skinny, thin, lank, weedy, slim, all skin and bones, lean, scrawny, twiggy, angular, fleshless, lanky, bony, spare, slender, thin as a rail, lanky, gaunt.
It was as though the big, rawboned
animal appreciated its rider's rank.
It was not the slender, rawboned
youth of whom Uncle Jasper had told him, but a hulking giant.
He was an awkward, rawboned
young man, about six feet two inches high.