Fordítások & példák
expand_more Egy szerzetes volt az, vézna alakja minden porcikája aszkétáról árulkodott.
Alig hat ujjnyival lehetett magasabb Harveynál, vézna fickó volt, a bőre sárgás.
Ralph - és kigyomlálja azt a vézna pöcsödet, ha nem pusztulsz innét azonnal.
Mi állíthat meg abban mormogta Rhuland , hogy belemerítsem kardomat ványadt mellkasába?
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "scrawny" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishAs scrawny as he was around the middle, he couldn't button the pants at the waist.
English'Go thy way, Friend of all the World,' piped the old soldier, wheeling his scrawny mount.
EnglishA fire had been lit, and over it was spit a scrawny hare, tended to bv Midik Buhn.
EnglishGalahad she remembered from her first years in Avalon-a scrawny, dark, intense boy.
EnglishFink rubbed his lips with his tongue and then with the back of one scrawny hand.
EnglishBee was not drawn to the scrawny, bearded, happy boob in lemon-yellow long underwear.
EnglishThe ax was tucked under one scrawny arm, and the noosed rope laid around his hump.
EnglishHe was a scrawny man with an angry, hectic face and eyes with yellow corneas.
EnglishScrawny red-headed little whelp she may be: still she must yield to my command.
EnglishPaul sat tight and upright, a pulse beating rapidly in his scrawny throat.
EnglishIt was a scrawny old man, massively discolored, eyes and mouth open.
EnglishKissoon had been no demigod, but his scrawny body was a reservoir of the direst suits.
EnglishHe was a thin man with a scrawny-strong physique, a big blade nose, and a quiet, agile way of walking.
EnglishDavid saw the muscles in his scrawny neck and jaw grow taut.
EnglishThe assistant was young and scrawny, but already nearly as bald as the medical examiner.
EnglishIt was a monk, his scrawny features every inch the ascetic's.
EnglishUnk, by comparison, felt scrawny, rootless, and soreheaded.
EnglishThere were two step-ladders as well, flanking the painters like scrawny bookends.
EnglishWhats to stop me, Rhulad asked in a growl, from driving the sword right through his scrawny chest?
EnglishHe was no more than six inches taller than Harvey, his frame scrawny, his skin distinctly yellowish in color.