Thesaurus / emaciate

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Honor now bathed his face, and wet his lips with water, and as she sprinkled and rubbed back the gray hair from his emaciate!

Fardorougha, The MiserWilliam Carleton

Many of these infants are of such low vitality, however, that in spite of the most careful feeding they emaciate and die.

Her cheeks were pale and emaciate, and her forced smile only proclaimed more loudly the grief which was consuming her heart.

The animals lose their appetite from the first, begin to emaciate, and show symptoms of malnutrition and starvation.

The daily use of these liquors tends greatly to emaciate and waste the strength of the body, etc.

Select Temperance TractsAmerican Tract Society

He retired a fugitive with eight thousand men in his train, ragged, emaciate and mutilated.

His frame was emaciate in the extreme from the prodigious toils which he had endured.

Famine strode through all the streets, covering the pavements with the emaciate corpses of the dead.

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