Gaunt

Definition of Gaunt

a.1.Attenuated, as with fasting or suffering; lean; meager; pinched and grim.
A mysterious but visible pestilence, striding gaunt and fleshless across our land.
- Nichols.

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acarpous, angular, arid, bare, barren, bleak, bony, cadaverous, celibate, childless, desert, deserted, desolate, dismal, drained, dreary, dried-up, dry, exhausted, fallow, flat, flat-chested, fleshless, forbidding, forlorn, fruitless, gangling, gangly, gawky, gelded, grim, haggard, harsh, hostile, impotent, ineffectual, infecund, infertile, inimical, issueless, jejune, lanky, leached, lean-fleshed, lean-looking, menopausal, nonfertile, nonproducing, nonproductive, nonprolific, pinched, rawboned, scraggy, sine prole, skeletal, spidery, spindling, spindly, stark, sterile, stern, sucked dry, teemless, thin-bellied, thin-fleshed, twiggy, uncultivated, undersized, underweight, unfertile, unfriendly, unfruitful, unplowed, unproductive, unprolific, unsown, untilled, virgin, waste, wasted, without issue
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