Thinning in a sentence as a noun

We're thinning down rapidly and we're doing it in a smart way.

However, the layer stopped thinning in 1997 [1].

I've never thought how cool it would be to have a social network for blue eyed guys with thinning hair.

Canada Geese just about anywhere could use a good thinning.

Take the common blood thinning drug warfarin for example.

He was tall, blond, slender and had thinning hair; he apparently had a stomach of papier-mache.

One of the interesting changes has been folks have been thinning out silicon wafers.

When they refer to thinning the boundary air, they are not talking about within the planar air gap binding.

Dripping nourishing soap water on the thinning surface of the higher education bubble.

The minimum wage has been thinning such domestic opportunities out, for decades, rather than expanding them.

2x 650mg aspirin was the recommendation due to both the blood thinning as well as the anti-inflammatory nature.

Men with shaved heads are perceived to be more masculine, dominant and, in some cases, to have greater leadership potential than those with longer locks or with thinning hair... Wow - my bald head makes me look more masculine.

That's only going to accelerate, and university professors are teachers by another name - maybe calling it "automation" isn't exactly right, but we'll certainly see a thinning of the ranks.

The video headline should actually read:GoDaddy CEO helps with controlled thinning of population of dangerous animal while still managing to appear masturbatory, insensitive and self-aggrandizing.

Thinning definitions


the act of diluting something; "the cutting of whiskey with water"; "the thinning of paint with turpentine"

See also: cutting