gaunt[ gawnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF gaunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAUNT
Her long, gaunt fingers pulled and worked at the knots, but all in vain.
He was tall and gaunt, and his deeply graven face was framed by grizzled hair.
The other three seniors, attracted by the scene, came back, and waited with Gaunt.
And Gaunt, who was standing by, and knew it also, telegraphed a significant look to Huntley.
It was simply a bare, gaunt, famished skeleton, slaying his way along.
I was head of the school, next to Gaunt; looking forward to be the head; and what am I now?
Gaunt was only beginning to call over the roll, and they escaped the "late" mark.
The prisoners were thin and gaunt, and it was evident that they had suffered indeed.
Yes, he was running, but a gaunt bay horse was running with him, stride for stride.
One of them was as tall as De Launay, gaunt and hatchet faced.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR GAUNT
- all skin and bones
- thin as a rail