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Gone with the Wind
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  • He was a small emaciated animal and he stood with his head dispiritedly low, almost between his forelegs.
  • He was emaciated and he coughed as he lay in an easy chair in the sunshine with a shawl across his knees, but his face lit up when he saw her.
  • Carreen and Suellen, emaciated and white, slept brokenly and awoke to mumble with wide, staring eyes in the tall four-poster bed where they had whispered together in better, happier days.
  • Emaciated from a year in a Yankee prison, exhausted by his long tramp on his ill-fitting wooden peg, he had little strength to combat pneumonia and for days he lay in the bed moaning, trying to get up, fighting battles over again.

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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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