Then she noticed the gauntness of his bronzed face and how lean he was.
But his gauntness also made him look more like Pierre than ever before.
He was as tall as the pastor, and slender, but without the other's gauntness.
All this, however, was as nothing compared with the gauntness and emaciation of the man.
He was surprised at the size of these timber wolves and at their gauntness.
He was large for a Frenchman, and his gauntness was compounded by an obvious lack of sleep.
His gauntness was more pronounced than it ever had been before.
Gaga was in his sleeping-suit, spectral in his gauntness and his pallor.
His garments were ragged, and his gauntness showed through them.
Just now he was bronzed, spare, even inclining to gauntness.