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gaunt
used in A Farewell to Arms

2 uses
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Definition
very thin and bony — often from hunger or as though having been worn to the bone
  • It was a very tall gaunt captain of artillery with a red scar along his jaw.
    Book Two (98% in)
gaunt = very thin and bony
  • "How do you do?" said the tall gaunt doctor with the beard.
    Book Two (18% in)

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