Definition of slim :
1. Of small diameter or thickness in proportion to the height or length; slender; as, a slim person; a slim tree.
2. Weak; slight; unsubstantial; poor; as, a slim argument.
3. Worthless; bad.
quash, lissom, abridge, shorten, shrink, lithe, fragile, subdue, twiggy, trim back, refined, slenderise, contract, bring down, outside, lank, lose weight, keep down, subjugate, trim down, lithesome, angular, decoct, rawboned, supple, reduce, polished, fat, foreshorten, dilute, cut back, fleshless, trim, slim down, come down, weedy, deoxidize, concentrate, boil down, bony, deoxidise, gaunt, melt off, remote, repress, scale down, faint, flimsy, cut down, cut, abbreviate, sylphlike, svelte, lissome, big, thin out, urbane
narrow (part of speech: verb)
small (part of speech: adjective)
teeny-weeny, miserly, delicate, slight, scant, scanty, petite, diminutive, little, toy, piddling, stingy, modest, dwarfish, teensy, wee, itty-bitty, trifling, weeny, smallish, negligible, small, deficient, tiny, microscopic, meager, minor, teeny, picayune, compact, pocket, spare, sparing, short, scrawny, niggardly, paltry, nugatory, baby, minute, bantam, miniature, puny, ungenerous, beggarly, minimal
- " No," added Katharine, as she leaned over to lay her small, slim hand on his; " the boy can't go, but he can teach the girls a lesson in generosity. - "Half a Dozen Girls", Anna Chapin Ray.
- What power this slim delicate girl had over him! - "The Grain Of Dust A Novel", David Graham Phillips.
- At that instant the slim man turned the corner from Fifth Avenue and redoubled his speed. - "McAllister and His Double", Arthur Train.