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wafer-thin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwafer-thinˌwafer-ˈthin adjective  THIN OBJECT OR MATERIALextremely thin wafer-thin chocolatessee thesaurus at thin
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wafer-thinProfits on each individual computer are wafer-thin.No Government could continue on so wafer-thin a majority.It was a wafer-thin majority for a Prime Minister who had invested everything in its outcome.Wings, made of plates of wafer-thin metal, sprouted from a large dome on each android's back.wafer-thin slices of cucumber
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