Synonym: bony, cadaveric, emaciated, gaunt, haggard, pinched, skeletal, wasted. Similar words: cadaver, onerous, numerous, lecherous, generous, ponderous, dexterous, prosperous. Meaning: [kə'dævərəs] adj. 1. very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold 2. of or relating to a cadaver or corpse.
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1. I saw a cadaverous face appear at a small window.
2. He had a cadaverous face.
3. His face was very bony, cadaverous.
4. Tall, cadaverous preachers shuddered by.
5. He was also gaunt and cadaverous, and as dark as the Semitic people of the Holy Land.
6. He himself had acquired a cadaverous appearance; a shrinking manikin within his leather and steel-scale carapace.
7. Perhaps elderly and cadaverous with a fluting voice and archaic views.
8. We had long anticipated his cadaverous end.
9. Death and decay, cadaverous smell.
10. It is the cadaverous number on statistical code, be still the joyance after changeover becomes money?
11. By degrees the freshest among them began to cadaverous and saucer - eyed.
12. An alarmed octopus or one that is near death turns a cadaverous gray.
13. Strings of spittle hanging from pointed teeth to lower lip reflected moonshine as the cadaverous head arched skywards.
14. Again the track trails off into languishing shivers and cadaverous moans.
15. His face matched his body, and was lean, almost cadaverous.
16. Inchoate skin mucous membrane is damaged (sore of first phase,[sentencedict.com] 2 period mildew) can check cadaverous helicoid.
17. Here's one climbing out of the pool:First her face appeared, long and cadaverous, with a bandage-like bathing cap coming down almost to her eyes, and sharp teeth protruding from her mouth.
18. Syphilis is a kind of place after because syphilis is cadaverous, helicoid is affected those who happen is venereal.
19. Communal space does not have original city is the city with cadaverous culture.
20. Inchoate congenital syphilis, can blow a discovery through the skin or harm of mucous membrane caustic syphilis is cadaverous helicoid.
21. The locals knew him by his real name of Eric Blair, a tall, cadaverous, sad-looking man worrying about how he would cope on his own.
22. Methods The courses, tracks, branches, outer diameters and length of the transverse process segment of vertebral artery were measured and observed on 40 sides of 20 fresh adult cadaverous specimens.
More similar words: cadaver, onerous, numerous, lecherous, generous, ponderous, dexterous, prosperous, dangerous, vociferous, boisterous, treacherous, generously, cantankerous, obstreperous, dexterously, odoriferous, vociferously, preposterous, cavernous, peter out, filter out, come round, laver, avert, waver, cavern, averse, beaver, average.