Definition of emaciated in English:

emaciated

Syllabification: e·ma·ci·at·ed
Pronunciation: /əˈmāSHēˌādəd
 
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adjective

Abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food: she was so emaciated she could hardly stand
More example sentences
  • But social workers who examined the woman said that although weak and emaciated, she showed no signs of mental illness.
  • Her cheeks sunk deep inside, and she appeared thin and emaciated.
  • From her wasted and emaciated appearance, we may fairly infer, she also fell a martyr to this destructive and poisonous liquid.
Synonyms
thin, skeletal, bony, gaunt, wasted; scrawny, skinny, scraggy, skin and bones, rawboned, sticklike, waiflike; starved, underfed, undernourished, underweight, half-starved; cadaverous, shriveled, shrunken, withered
informal anorexic, (looking) like a bag of bones

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