emaciated

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  • She was so emaciated that she looked like one already long dead. Cited from Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • They themselves were now so emaciated they were making but a few miles a day. Cited from Canada: the Empire of the North, by Agnes C. Laut
  • His body is shown as long and emaciated while eyes and mouth are left open.
  • The poor old man was heart-broken when he saw his son in such an emaciated condition. Cited from Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1867, by Various
  • She presented a very emaciated appearance, and had done so for four or five months. Cited from The Dog, by William Youatt
  • A girl of twenty-four years of age had become almost equally emaciated. Cited from The Nervous Child, by Hector Charles Cameron
  • Older birds may be sick for some time and become emaciated before death.
  • But the old man put forth an emaciated hand and held him. Cited from Foes, by Mary Johnston
  • I saw other victims half dead and emaciated that made my heart sick. Cited from Life in the Grey Nunnery at Montreal,S. Richardson
  • He had not yet recovered his full strength; he looked ill and emaciated. Cited from Verner's Pride, by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • And then let her see this emaciated face -- let her look from nearby on that broken life. Cited from So Runs the World, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • Some were in good health, while others were so poor and emaciated that they could scarcely walk. Cited from History of the Donner Party, by C.F. McGlashan
  • He was a man fully fifty years of age, strong, well built, but somewhat emaciated. Cited from The Wonder Island Boys: The Mysteries of the Caverns, by Finlay
  • He returned, after the war, sick and emaciated and unable to take up his studies again.
  • It is believed that one arm of the image is getting emaciated with time and finally fall off.
  • She remained pale and emaciated ever after from having followed her husband more than half-way on the road to death. Cited from Roman Mosaics, by Hugh Macmillan
  • Many of them were emaciated and ill, and some died at this post's hospital.
  • She raised her delicate emaciated hand to her head and found that her thick hair was gone. Cited from A Thorny Path, by Georg Ebers, v12
  • She was a slight little girl, so thin that she was almost emaciated. Cited from Woman Triumphant, by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • Every rod of the way his emaciated soldiers dropped dead in their steps. Cited from The Empire of Russia, by John S. C. Abbott
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Root form of emaciated is emaciate for the verb.

Meaning of emaciated

  • verb Grow weak and thin or waste away physically
    She emaciated during the chemotherapy