a thin book, esp. of poetry
The book that these young people were lining up to buy and have signed was a slim volume about heroes of the Revolutionary War.
This is a slim volume for a short trip—both sides of a London-to-Berlin ticket, say.
A slim volume—published, at her wish, in 1916—had attracted no small attention in the critical world.
There are poems in this slim volume which seem as if they had been woven out of the gushing flood of moonlight.
One slim volume, more attractively bound than the others, drew her attention for a moment, and she turned idly to the title-page.
Perhaps the work in which they are least obvious is the slim volume of Miss Ella Young.
It needed re-kindling, and he hunted in his pockets for paper, finding only the slim volume lettered Whorls.
A slim volume contained all that could be derived from references in the Old Testament and the compilations of classical writers.