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emaciated
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Middlemarch
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  • It was not the change of emaciation, but that effect which even young faces will very soon show from the persistent presence of resentment and despondency.
  • Also, that your father was at one time much emaciated by illness.
  • Lydgate, conscious of an energetic frame in its prime, felt some compassion when the figure which he was likely soon to overtake turned round, and in advancing towards him showed more markedly than ever the signs of premature age—the student’s bent shoulders, the emaciated limbs, and the melancholy lines of the mouth.

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  • She was emaciated, but the doctor said the chemotherapy cured her cancer.
  • We’re sideswiped by a gurney bearing an unconscious, emaciated young woman with a shaved head.
    Suzanne Collins  --  Mockingjay

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