Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But I left you eating lotus, hollow-eyed and steeped in dreams.

He was haggard and hollow-eyed, and he carried a week's growth of beard on his chin.

He stood before the two men, white-faced, hollow-eyed, speechless.

He was calm in his resolution, albeit a little pale and hollow-eyed for it.

In the dim light she could see how haggard and hollow-eyed he had grown.

And Dinky-Dunk, for all his nonchalance, looked worried and hollow-eyed.

The hostess rose languidly, with a pallid, hollow-eyed look of illness.

She had grown pale and hollow-eyed in these few days of anxiety.

His face was paler than usual, while he was hollow-eyed, as if from want of sleep.

She grew thin and hollow-eyed, and the pathos of her face was heartrending.