Recent Examples of thigh from the Web
Remember when female empowerment meant baring thighs in fishnet stockings, knee-high boots and mini-skirts?
First, keep that core engaged by pressing your thighs together, squeezing your butt, and bracing your abs.
Franklin was shot in his left arm and his right thigh, severing his femoral artery, the affidavit states.
The Masked One has no illusions that there are plenty of hands on plenty of thighs during events such as these, but rarely is it on display at the center of the dance floor.
Grab the back of your thigh and gently pull the leg towards your chest while keeping the other leg and your hips flat on the ground.
Put thighs skin-side-down in the skillet and brown before flipping, about 5 minutes.
Her arrest affidavit says a gunshot wound marred Lisa’s right thigh when police found her in the garage of her Aspen Leaf Drive home Monday night.
Remove chicken; shred thighs with two forks and chop breasts into large bite-size pieces.
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Origin and Etymology of thigh
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
THIGH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thigh for English Language Learners
: the part of your leg that is above the knee
: the side part of the leg of a bird
THIGH Defined for Kids
medical Definition of thigh
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