Synonym: haggard, thin, undernourished. Similar words: associated, associate, depreciate, racial, association, renunciation, appreciation, alleviate. Meaning: [-tɪd] adj. very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold.
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1 The prisoners were ill and emaciated.
2 A long illness had emaciated my father.
3 A long illness had emaciated the invalid.
4 There were pictures of emaciated children on the cover of the magazine.
5 His emaciated body shivered uncontrollably.
6 Cattle were emaciated, under nourished and in poor condition.
7 He was emaciated and half his weight.
8 With my wallet dangerously emaciated, I called GolfDigest, looking for work.
9 Towards the end of his life he looked emaciated, his cheeks hollow and his eyes sunken.
10 Several that I saw were very old, bearded, emaciated and grim and deathlike, instead of babies, grown men.
11 Her fur was matted and she was so emaciated she could hardly stand.
12 Carol was a short, tight shouldered, emaciated woman with a high peroxide wedge of hair.
13 An emaciated fellow with jet black hair, thin lips and large brooding eyes caught the friar's eye.
14 Looking at her emaciated body, it was a miracle that she had given birth to him in the first place.
15 Already emaciated, he would take only occasional bites of food and seemed to shake violently when he drank fluids.
16 Its emaciated body is then promptly eaten by its elders so no meat is wasted.
17 I pore over the hopeless, resigned faces, the emaciated bodies, the stick-like limbs.
18 Everyone in London looks pale, delicate and emaciated or suntanned and emaciated.
19 She was a small, emaciated mouse who wore a perpetually martyred expression.
20 He is stopped at the door by an emaciated woman with a grotesque burn injury, whom I have not seen before.
21 Emaciated indicates a serious condition resulting from starvation.
22 He was emaciated by long illness.
23 He was thirty, but looked fifty, with pale skin, hopeless eyes and an emaciated body, covered in sores.
24 During this time the male is unable to feed properly and becomes severely emaciated.
25 News came of the famine,(www.Sentencedict.com) and there were pictures of emaciated children on the TV.
26 She was not in foal; and both she and the colt were emaciated, wormy, and covered in lice.
27 Then she burst into a paroxysm of croaking laughter, spluttering wildly, her emaciated limbs rolling about under the covers.
28 The family doctor may choose to manage patients who are well motivated and not severely emaciated.
29 The gaunt faces beneath closely cropped heads and the young faces on emaciated bodies had began to assume form and substance.
30 He obviously looked ill, but what I found terrible was the look of starvation on his emaciated body and face.
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