emaciate[ ih-mey-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emaciate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMACIATE
Even the Indian could perceive, from his feeble voice and emaciate steps, that he was not far from the grave.
After a month of toil and suffering, ragged and emaciate he at midnight reached the settlement.
Very hospitably they received the worn, emaciate, and ragged wanderers.
The emaciate mother was unable to afford sustenance to her infant.
Honor now bathed his face, and wet his lips with water, and as she sprinkled and rubbed back the gray hair from his emaciate!
The daily use of these liquors tends greatly to emaciate and waste the strength of the body, etc.
His fragile form was almost feminine in its proportions, but an eagle eye calmly reposed in his pallid and emaciate countenance.
Her son, burning with fever and emaciate from grief and fatigue, mounted the box behind in the disguise of a footman.
Sickness diminished the ranks, and emaciate men, haggard and way-worn, tottered painfully along the rugged ways.
Her cheeks were pale and emaciate, and her forced smile only proclaimed more loudly the grief which was consuming her heart.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EMACIATE
- be of no avail
- burn up
- eat away
- fritter away
- frivol away
- gamble away
- go to waste
- pour down the drain
- run dry
- run through
- throw away
- trifle away
- wear out