Thesaurus / wizen
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Aged she seemed, incredibly old, wizen, dried; though with these people who can tell of age?
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
Many were short, little wizen-faced folks, that looked very old; or rather, they seemed old before they ought to be.
JAPANESE FAIRY WORLDWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
And a strange little elf she looked, being very wizen and small, with one shoulder higher than the other, and a face full of pain.
A SET OF ROGUESFRANK BARRETT
The voice comes through their wizen mouths like wind from the crack of an old wainscot.
THE SURRENDER OF CALAISGEORGE COLMAN
She stood there, tearful and wizen, before La Teuse, who was slipping some eggs into the pocket of her apron.
ABBE MOURET'S TRANSGRESSIONEMILE ZOLA
There was no mistaking the sudden flutter and agitation in his manner, and the heightened color in his wizen little face.
NO NAMEWILKIE COLLINS
The little creature hid her wizen face in her withered little hands and sobbed.
Old Jacques—a wizen little habitant—was distressed at the news, and ran off instantly to harness up his old mare, and sled.
KATE DANTON, OR, CAPTAIN DANTON'S DAUGHTERSMAY AGNES FLEMING
And, if he mentioned who he was, could not the wizen man by his side help him to get at them?
HIDE AND SEEKWILKIE COLLINS
Withered and wizen, they are reduced to skin and bone by sheer famine.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE SONG OF SOLOMONWALTER ADENEY
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