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English idioms used to Describe People - People Put into Description

Explore English idioms regarding the description of people with examples like "thunder thighs" and "in the buff".

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English idioms used to Describe People
(as) skinny as a beanpole
[phrase]
having an extremely thin body
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thunder thighs
[noun]
used to refer to someone with fat or large thighs
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(as) bald as an eagle
[phrase]
used to describe someone who is totally bald
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(as) bald as a cue ball
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used to refer to someone who is completely bald
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thin on top
[phrase]
having less hair, particularly on the upper part of the head, often leading to baldness
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in the raw
[phrase]
used to refer to someone who is not covered with any clothing
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in the buff
[phrase]
in a state of complete nudity
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in one's birthday suit
[phrase]
(of a person) not having any clothes on
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(as) blind as a bat
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used to refer to someone who is unable to see well
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(as) deaf as a post
[phrase]
completely lacking the ability to hear sounds
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to sweat like a pig
[phrase]
to be very hot and sweat a lot
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to talk like a book
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to talk in a manner that is very formal or complicated
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fresh out of sth
[phrase]
having just experienced something in particular
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