Word: gaunt

 

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Synonyms: gaunt

haggard, drawn, thin, lean, skinny, spindly, spare, bony, angular, rawboned, pinched, hollow-cheeked, scrawny, scraggy, as thin as a rail, cadaverous, skeletal, emaciated, skin-and-bones, wasted, withered, etiolated, anorexic, (looking) like a bag of bones, spindle-shanked, bleak, stark, desolate, bare, gloomy, dismal, somber, grim, stern, harsh, forbidding, uninviting, cheerless

Translations: gaunt

spanish
pilongo, flaco


german
hager, mager, abgezehrt, abgemagert

french
maigre, désert, étique, décharné, émacié, ...

italian
scarno, magro

portuguese
magro, delgado, reunião, recolhimento

dutch
schriel, spichtig, mager, schraal, hoekig

russian
сухопарый, тощий, исхудалый, изможденный, отталкивающий, ...

norwegian
tynn, mager, skrinn

swedish
mager

finnish
riutunut, laiha, hintelä, autio

danish
mager, bedrøvet, tynd

czech
vyzáblý, vyhublý

polish
nędzny, nagi, chudy, nieszczęśliwy

hungarian
ösztövér, kísérteties

turkish
zayıf

greek
κάτισχνος

ukrainian
похмурий, відразливий, схудлий, задовгий, довгий

albanian
i tharë, thatanik, tharë, i pikëlluar

bulgarian
торий

belarusian
худы, хударлявы, худзенечкі

estonian
kõhetu, kuivetu

croatian
mršav

lithuanian
sulysęs, išvargęs, nusikamavęs, niūrus, Izdēdējis

latvian
novājējis, izdēdējis, drūms un pamests

macedonian
Грозни, ковчесто, ковчесто тело, слаба, ковчесто тело за

romanian
sfrijit

slovenian
Vitek

slovak
vyziabnutý, vychudnutý, vyzáblý, vycivený

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The meaning and "use of": gaunt

adjective
  • (of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of suffering, hunger, or age.

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