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Definitionshowing the wearing effects of overwork or suffering
- He looked haggard and feeble, and betrayed a nerveless despondency in his air, which had never so remarkably characterised him in his walks about the settlement, nor in any other situation where he deemed himself liable to notice.Chapter 16 -- A Forest Walk (92% in)
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