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emaciated

(ē-mā′shē-āt-ĕd) [L. emaciare, to make thin, waste away]
Excessively thin; having a body mass index below 16 kg/m2.
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He doesn't look terrible because he still has lovely skin but he's very emaciated and gaunt looking.
I've got a blind, severely emaciated, year-and-a-half-old pit bull who needs to be nursed back to health,'' Valencia said.
Emaciated and dehydrated, the dog had been huddled near a tree, whimpering, the rescuers said.
It was difficult for me to even read about it and to see how emaciated this beautiful animal was.
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David Lowe's pet Fly was so malnourished she rated zero on an animal condition scale where five is grossly obese and one is emaciated.
Brian Panish- the lawyer representing Katherine Jackson in the wrongful death lawsuit claiming AEG Live negligently hired and supervised the doctor convicted of overdosing her son- showed jurors a June 19 wardrobe fitting photo in which Michael appeared pale and emaciated in a white v-neck tshirt.
CCTV was released last night by the RSPCA of two young women tying up and abandoning a severely emaciated dog outside a pub in freezing conditions.