Gerasim alone did not lie ..., but simply felt sorry for his emaciated and enfeebled master.
Something rattled in his throat, his emaciated body twitched, then the gasping and rattle became less and less frequent.
Gerasim was sitting at the foot of the bed dozing quietly and patiently, while he himself lay with his emaciated stockinged legs resting on Gerasim’s shoulders; the same shaded candle was there and the same unceasing pain.
And banishing all doubts he would go to the law courts, enter into conversation with his colleagues, and sit carelessly as was his wont, scanning the crowd with a thoughtful look and leaning both his emaciated arms on the arms of his oak chair; bending over as usual to a colleague and drawing his papers nearer he would interchange whispers with him, and then suddenly raising his eyes and sitting erect would pronounce certain words and open the proceedings.
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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.