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used in 1776

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very thin — especially from disease or hunger or cold
  • The army that had crossed in the night from Brooklyn was, in the light of day on August 30, a sorry sight to behold—filthy, bedraggled, numb with fatigue, still soaked to the skin, many of them sick and emaciated.
    p. 197.1

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