How to use Thinnest in a sentence
Make the thinnest slices you possibly can.
As lips have the thinnest skin found on the entire body, they require protection from the effects of wind, heat and sun exposure.
For example, the thinnest string is a G when it is played open.
Imagine starting with a full one piece swimsuit and cutting away the extra fabric until you're left with the thinnest strips to cover your unmentionables.
But this Nous, or Mind, is not incorporeal; it is the thinnest of all things; its action on the particle is conceived materially.Advertisement
This process means that polarized polycarbonate lenses are the thinnest and lightest polarized lenses available.
The tablet is one of the thinnest on the market at less than one-inch thick.
These lenses which are perfect for people who have strong prescriptions because they're made from the lightest, thinnest lens material available.
The editors at ZDNet are more positive, saying that the Droid X is "the thinnest, fastest, most eye-popping Android phone I've ever used.
The most common lower uterine segment incision is a transverse incision because the lower segment is the thinnest part of the pregnant uterus and involves less blood loss.Advertisement
Choose tops or dresses that cinch just beneath the bust, which is usually the thinnest part of an apple shape body's upper half.
These often fit snugly enough for even the thinnest calves since they're made small with the intent of stretching (they just may not stretch if you're extremely thin).
Measuring less than 5mm thick, Stiletto brand Citizen watches for women are the some of the thinnest in the world.
Using Robert Annen's small scale ball bearing techniques, Mathys created the world's thinnest hand-wind mechanical movement, which Jean Lassale placed inside the Caliber 1200.
As many women are rightly concerned about the feeling of thongs (a.k.a. the wedgie), when shopping, look for the thinnest fabric available.Advertisement
During the 1980s, Blancpain once more made history by releasing several of the world's thinnest and smallest watches as well as the first self-winding Tourbillon watch with a one-week power reserve.
They're often seamless enough to give a streamlined appearance beneath the thinnest of shirts, so they make a beautiful alternative to lace or even satin bras that have even the slightest detailing.
Sometimes, even the thinnest long underwear is not thin enough and so something else is needed.
Nylon is also the thinnest material, which may be more appropriate for the warmer months, or for more casual wear.
The Pro PK Kit contains the thinnest and most powerful magnet available-the Micro 5 PK magnet available-the Micro 5 PK magnet.Advertisement
A woman with a full hourglass figure can easily wear a belt as it draws attention to the thinnest part of her body.
Invention of the world's thinnest mechanical watch movement remains Jean Lassale's greatest and most famous contribution to the watch making industry.
The thinnest possible spherical shell of metal, such as a sphere of insulator coated with gold-leaf, behaves as a conductor for static charge just as if it were a sphere of solid metal.
This is the case with gold, silver, copper, tin, lead and others, and especially with low carbon steel, which is first cast as an ingot, then annealed and rolled into plates as well as the thinnest sheets.
When it is considered that a parting of the clay, sufficient to allow the thinnest film of water to pass, may start the formation of a vein of porous sand in the manner above explained, it will be readily seen how great must be the attention to details, in unpleasant places below ground, and below the water level of the surrounding area, if safety is to be secured.Advertisement
This error diminishes as the diameter of the stem is reduced, but is sensible in the case of the thinnest stem which can be employed, and is the chief source of error in the employment of Nicholson's hydrometer, which otherwise would be an instrument of extreme delicacy and precision.
As the powers of the telescope were gradually developed, it was found that the finest hairs or filaments of silk, or the thinnest silver wires that could be drawn, were much too thick for the refined purposes of the astronomer, as p p they entirely obliterated the image of a star in the more powerful telescopes.