Junkies have their own look (emaciated, haunted, sallow) and their own junk names: Doolie, Cash, and Dupré.
It took about 20 minutes to convince the emaciated hiker to let them carry him to the helicopter.
These institutions are not habitable; children are malnourished and in some cases starving and emaciated.
Laya flew to New York and found Shulamith emaciated and panhandling, carrying a bag holding a hammer and an unopened can of food.
If Williams had been in school, someone might have noticed that she was underdressed and emaciated.
A little wine was mulled; the girl could not swallow it, emaciated as she was.
His handsome face, emaciated and pale, was that of the immortal Bonaparte.
He was of emaciated frame, spare, and well nigh destitute of strength.
But what held his attention most was the lean, emaciated face and penetrating eyes.
He turned to the table, his long, emaciated, trembling fingers singling out a document that lay upon it.