slim, thin, slit, snipe?
haha..Cyn, yes they are..and,I do know I think of skinny words when I hear them,but need to a 'recall', to list them.Maybe tomorrow.:)
Not sure about this, but could it be because (as Indians) we tend to stress consecutive syllables in the words you have mentioned?
i think -eeks is skinny; pleats is too...
Hey Cyn where art though? Little bundle of joy keeping you busy?
:) Oh yes, just like the word maudlin sounds very feminine.
Hyde - slim and all dont count. they mean thin no. anon - hmmm maybe you are right. never thought its because of the cadence actually. n - anything to do with the letters you reckon? k is a skinny alphabet and something like b is fat?epiphany - partly that, partly am in some space cadet mode for the last couple of months. like being high on lack of sleep or something hehe. G - ah yes. maudlin is very feminine
stylus, silhouette, thimble, slip, creek - they all sound thin! While porcupine, pompous, poppadom , gobsmacking [albeit a slang], toboggan, omnivorous - have a nice rounded feel - making them sound like words with "well - rounded" personalities!
silhouette, sliver, thimble, lisp, slip, creek - all sound thin! While Gobsmacking [albeit a slang], porcupine, poppadom, pompous, tambola - all sound like they are words that have "well-rounded" personalities!
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