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- In stature she was tall, somewhat slender, and, in her latter days, even emaciated.1 — Ligeia (7% in)
- She had just awakened from an unquiet slumber, and I had been watching, with feelings half of anxiety, half of vague terror, the workings of her emaciated countenance.1 — Ligeia (70% in)
- When a door, at length, closed upon her, my glance sought instinctively and eagerly the countenance of the brother—but he had buried his face in his hands, and I could only perceive that a far more than ordinary wanness had overspread the emaciated fingers through which trickled many passionate tears.3 — The Fall of the House of Usher (37% in)
- There was blood upon her white robes, and the evidence of some bitter struggle upon every portion of her emaciated frame.3 — The Fall of the House of Usher (97% in)
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