There was a wanness, a heaviness of aspect, that made him look ten years older.
It was the last phase, the feebleness, the wanness, the inertia!
Vague lines of wanness betrayed the place of the cement walks.
Since that little cloud was dispelled all the temporary waste and wanness have vanished.
She saw no talons or beak, but a wanness which, indeed, suggested a skeleton.
She had been once eminently handsome, and but for the wanness and hollowness of her face, would have appeared so still.
The ghastly little skull-cap showed forth its wanness rigidly.
There was exertion about every move of his body, the wanness and effort of vanished vitality; he balanced himself carefully.
His forehead was high, and his temples broad; and he had a paleness in his complexion almost to wanness.
About his large bright eyes that used to be so merry there was a wanness and a restlessness that changed them altogether.