نحيل, هزيل, مضنى
Adjective(1) very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
(1) He was gaunt from drinking too much vodka and his marriage was on the skids.(2) More than 80,000 fans filled the big, gaunt ground.(3) John was a tall, gaunt man with sunken eyes and a smile that spoke of shyness.(4) He is a fair, gaunt man of Norwegian extraction, an international lawyer I think, and has a careful, courteous manner.(5) Now he is so thin he looks almost gaunt .(6) He was gaunt , looked very tired, and was clearly struggling.(7) He scoured the gaunt landscape as if his primordial authority was enough to plunge the lid of the monochrome building down to floor level to allow him a cowardly escape.(8) She was gaunt , painfully thin, expressionless, wearing a sleeveless top, dark pants, and sandals.(9) With Ahmed as our guide, we are taken to a gaunt , dilapidated building.(10) She was achingly gaunt , her skin pasty white, the lines of her face stark and startling in their prominence.(11) One, by the very nature of theatre in the round, is a sense of the house itself as a gaunt , intimidating presence.(12) The light from outside the table cast an odd glare on his face, making his face look gaunt .(13) Henry's gaunt figure came into the rim of light cast by the desk lamp.(14) Fields gave way to scattered woodlands, bare and gaunt against the early winter darkness.(15) Cabooses are another fast disappearing symbol of the railways, those that remain are a gaunt remnant of the former glory of a bygone era.(16) In a gaunt and craggy landscape the soft, well-rounded Magdalen weeps over her past.
(1) gaunt :: نحيل
1. haggard ::
2. bleak ::
Different Formsgaunt, gaunter, gauntest, gauntness
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