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The sweet expression came back to his lips, and the haggardness faded from his face, leaving it as fresh as a boy's.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
She did not notice the haggardness of his face, nor the repetition of "Poor Langrishe."
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
Thomas gazed with compassion on the haggardness that was seating itself on her sweet face.
A gleam of gratified slyness lit up the haggardness of Northwick's face.
But there was a haggardness, a look of increased age about the Laird's countenance that Father Bright did not like.
THE EYES HAVE ITGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
Her face was masklike, but there was the same look of haggardness about her eyes as there was in her husband's face.
THE EYES HAVE ITGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
The awful haggardness that gave something of character to the faces of the men was sheer ugliness in the poor women.
EOTHENA. W. KINGLAKE
The haggardness of some desperate illness changed his features and I grew frightened.
THE BELOVD VAGABONDWILLIAM J. LOCKE
There was a haggardness in those features, a melancholy in the dark blue eyes, George did not like to see.
TREVLYN HOLDMRS. HENRY WOOD
Once or twice coming upon him suddenly she was positively startled by the haggardness of his look.

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