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gaunt
used in 1776

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Definition
very thin and bony — often from hunger or as though having been worn to the bone
  • On October 14, the gaunt, odd-looking figure of General Charles Lee reappeared, dogs and all, and immediately resumed his place as second-in-command.
    p. 230.5

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