Recent Examples of thigh from the Web
Cut drumsticks off the thighs; cut breast halves into two pieces each.
The harness straps pull taut under his thighs, digging into legs not used to sitting.
Take your chicken thighs and coat them with the leftover spices and oil in the bowl (add more oil and spices as needed).
He was limited Monday after bruising his thigh Saturday at Texas A&M. -- Defensive back Tony Brown wasn't spotted for a second straight day after spraining his knee Saturday.
Seat comfort was improved with stiffer frames, soft foam in the headrests and upper backs, and denser foam in the thigh-support areas, Kia said.
Not knowing too much about it, striker Murray bagged his third Premier League goal of the season with a unmarked bundled effort off his thigh.
The practice is not uncommon among women, who also dust their thighs with talc to prevent chafing, or use it to freshen underpants and sanitary pads.
Turner started reminding herself that her thighs, cellulite and all, are a part of her.
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Origin and Etymology of thigh
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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