Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Thigh"

The meaning of "Thigh" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I feel like my thighs aren't portioned to my body mean?
A: ah so does that mean the person's thighs are too big or too small for the same person's other body parts?
Q: What does thighs mean?
A: It is the upper part of the leg, the part above the knee.
Q: What does thigh mean?
A: the part of the lower limb in humans between the hip and the knee.
Q: What does thigh mean?

Example sentences using "Thigh"

Q: Please show me example sentences with thigh.
A: "She has a tattoo of a lizard on her thigh."
"The cat perched on his thigh, purring as he patted her."
"You need to have strong thigh muscles to skate."
"He tore a muscle on his right thigh."
"He is suffering from a strained thigh muscle."
"My uncle told me a real thigh-slapper the other day! Do you want to hear it?" (In this case, "thigh-slapper is an idiom and means "a hilarious joke")
"I wish I had a thigh gap like her!"

Hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with thigh.
A: thigh: coxa

Synonyms of "Thigh" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between thigh high boots and knee high boots ?
A: Thigh high boots go above the knee, and knee high boots go just below or at the knee. Thigh high boots are much taller, usually going most of the way up the leg.
Q: What is the difference between thigh and hip ?
Q: What is the difference between thigh and hip ?
A: Hip is the pelvis area where the rear and groin is. Thigh is the upper portion of the leg between the knee and hip. The hip is above the thigh.

Translations of "Thigh"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is "thigh band" the name of it (not stockings)
A: I think it's called the "frill" of the stocking or "stocking frill" or "lace frill".
In other places, the top part is called the "holdup" or "hold up" so these would be called "hold up stockings" so these could also be called "lace hold-up stockings" https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&rlz=1C1CHBD_enUS833US833&biw=1280&bih=864&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=X61DXa2DM8jH-gSWnI2oDw&q=lace+holdup+stockings&oq=lace+holdup+stockings&gs_l=img.3...263052.266898..267027...0.0..0.213.1330.0j8j2......0....1..gws-wiz-img.O5hiH_F7p4E&ved=0ahUKEwjtru7hnuPjAhXIo54KHRZOA_UQ4dUDCAY&uact=5
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? inside of thighs
A: Well this is an interesting thing to want to know 🤭
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thigh
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thigh and thick
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? thigh
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Other questions about "Thigh"

Q: I was injured my thigh by myself.2.(no sense between sentences)I like when letters coming up on my screen.3. I like untangling the headphones idk why.When I watch the Afroamerican’s channels I don’t understand slang words and et cetera.have u ever had a dream so real and don’t know that dream or not does this sound natural?
A: In would write:
I injured my thigh myself.

I like it when letters comes up on my screen.

I like untangling the headphones, I don’t know why.

When I watch the Afroamerican’s channels, I don’t understand slag words.

Have you ever had a dream that felt so real, that you didn’t know if it was a dream or not. :)
Q: I like to shake my thighs. does this sound natural?
A: I like to do twerk
Q: I have thigh fetish or I have a thigh fetish?
A: I have a thigh fetish. it sounds more natural
Q: How do you say when you got injured but like how do you add where exactly you got injured.

I got injured my thigh?
I got my thigh injured?
I got my ankle injured?
I got injured in my thigh?
I have no idea, please help!
A: i injured my thigh
my thigh got injured
Q: What is "inner thigh grab with a back ankle grasp"? Thank you!
A: "Awkward" means an uncomfortable and/or embarrassing situation.

"Thigh" is the part of your leg that goes from the knee up to the hips. "Inner thigh" is the inner side of the "thigh".

"Grab" is "taking a firm hold".
Ex.
"He grabed my purse."
"I grabed his hand"

"Ankle" is the part of a leg in between the foot and the shin. "Back ankle grasp" is a "grab" on the back side of the ankle.

So the person in the text is being grabbed in between the legs (inner thigh) and the back side of their ankle.

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