Thesaurus / sunken
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Her face was yellow; her eyes were sunken and dull; her hands trembled.

A Daughter of the VineGertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

He had just risen from a sick bed; his features were sunken, his voice hollow, and his whole appearance haggard and terrible.

Lives of Celebrated WomenSamuel Griswold Goodrich

And there were so many of themthose poor creatures down there, with their wasted forms and sunken eyes!

The Turn of the TideEleanor H. Porter

The two craft drifted abreast of each other about midway of the sunken basin.

Looking seaward, we saw the hull of the sunken Majestic, a perpetual sign of the limitations of "sea power."

Fred Allerton was suddenly grown old and bent; his poor face was sunken, and the skin had an ashy look like that of a dying man.

The ExplorerW. Somerset Maugham

Her face changed while she looked at it; grieved girlhood passed into sunken age.

The Lady of Fort St. JohnMary Hartwell Catherwood

His face lengthens, grows pale and bearded, with sunken eyes, the blotches of phthisis and hectic cheekbones of John F. Taylor.

UlyssesJames Joyce

He regarded the pitiless facts with a sunken, unenergetic attention, and wondered when he would be called again upstairs.

None Other GodsRobert Hugh Benson

What they are doing in the city round the sunken ship will shortly be apparent.

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