He was still achieving in school and sports, though less brilliantly than before, and was somewhat small and scrawny.
If scrawny little Tutankhamun can do it, a badass like Khufu could probably cause them to spontaneously combust.
A few are recovering from eating disorders; their cheeks are hollow and their scrawny arms droop like slack rubber bands.
He grew up a scrawny kid with nagging allergy problems in a suburb of Stockholm.
It is a scrawny desert tree which lives in adversity but holds its ground for centuries, if fire does not cut its career short.
I conceived a contempt for that shaven, scrawny skipper––I remember it well.
What is called fame is as scrawny and humpbacked and crooked-faced as my body--but what matters that?
There had been but the one scrawny horse before our arrival.
In the water stood willow bushes, with blackish, scrawny branches; on the banks were small willows, equally scrawny.
It seemed impossible for the scrawny and emaciated child to satisfy itself.
Lean; bony; scraggy, skinny (1833+)