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gaunt
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Harry Potter (#3) and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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  • Compared to the man on the television, however, whose gaunt face was surrounded by a matted, elbow-length tangle, Harry felt very well groomed indeed.
  • "An’ now ’e’s out," said Stan, examining the newspaper picture of Black’s gaunt face again.
  • "Of course," said Black, and the ghost of a grin flitted across his gaunt face.
  • Black’s gaunt face broke into the first true smile Harry had seen upon it.

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  • She looked gaunt from the chemotherapy.
  • a nightmare population of gaunt men and skeletal boys

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