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Definitionshowing the wearing effects of overwork or suffering
- One of the locks of her chignon had become loosened and hung on her neck; she looked haggard and almost old.Chapter 18 (64% in)
- "So you DID get here, after all?" he exclaimed, casting a wondering eye on the astute and haggard little countenance of young Carfry's French tutor.Chapter 25 (20% in)
- The sitting-room window on the ground floor, where she usually throned, was tenanted by the inadequate figure of her daughter, Mrs. Welland, who signed a haggard welcome as she caught sight of Archer; and at the door he was met by May.Chapter 27 (32% in)
There are no more uses of "haggard" in The Age of Innocence.
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