Thin or haggard, especially from hunger or disease.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of emaciate.(verb)
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Use "emaciated" in a sentence
"A boat was sent after the helicopter ran low on fuel, and rescuers were able to catch the dog, who was described as "emaciated but alive.""
"The dog was described as "emaciated, but alive" after it had been adrift since the March 11 disaster."
"Well, we're being told by these two sources again, one of them who had actually seen the body in the hospital room after Michael Jackson had passed away, and it was described as emaciated, completely emaciated."