Thesaurus / shrunken
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All the fluids of the eye escaped leaving it sightless and shrunken, and so it remained ever after.

Revolutionary ReaderSophie Lee Foster

Had she shrunken since he left her or was he grown so much huskier with the out of door life?

The SearchGrace Livingston Hill

Allow it to remain in this way until it has shrunken sufficiently from the pan, and then lift off the pan.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

Pani turned her head mournfully from side to side, and the shrunken lips made no reply.

A Little Girl in Old DetroitAmanda Minnie Douglas

The man was shrunken, knock-kneed, eccentric in dress and manner, and leaned heavily on his cane.

The cheeks were fallen in, so that, despite the covering of beard, the upper rows of teeth ridged the shrunken flesh.

Smoke BellewJack London

Old and shrunken he seemed, and his voice was weary and dull.

A Prince of CornwallCharles W. Whistler

This was the shrunken, desiccated figure of a man, all its juices extracted and the life gone.

The Mad PlanetMurray Leinster

After her came the Professor, looking very small and shrunken.

BambiMarjorie Benton Cooke

Shrunken to the dreary platitudes of the gold-standard catechism, babbling of “sound currency” and “intrinsic value.”

The ArenaVarious

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