anemic[ uh-nee-mik ]SEE DEFINITION OF anemic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANEMIC
If the blood is anemic, or thin, then both lips and nails are pale and dull.
By the bones of my ten fingers has replaced the anemic oaths of childhood.
If the patient is anemic, a good iron preparation may prove useful.
Dora is always saying that she is anemic, but of course that is not true.
Now Dora often does not have M— and then sometimes it's awfully bad, and that's why she's anemic.
Dora is kept in bed to-day and our Doctor says too that she's anemic.
Thin, anemic patients are especially likely to suffer from chilliness.
There are so many pale, anemic, tired girls that move ones heart.
The best I could get out of him was the promise of an anemic servant-girl.
The small, anemic creature did not feel the heat except as a stimulant.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ANEMIC
- out of gas