emaciated


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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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"Whoever allowed them to get like that would have known they were unwell and emaciated."
She said: "Without a doubt he was one of the most emaciated horses I've ever seen.
"He has been struggling to walk and is badly emaciated. Stan also has a lump near his anus that is ulcerated, and a lump on his leg.
It was difficult for me to even read about it and to see how emaciated this beautiful animal was.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after an emaciated dog was found wandering the streets of Burton
Right, the emaciated state she was found in PICTURE COURTESY OF RSPCA
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THE emaciated body of a dead dog has been found inside a plastic bag.
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.
THE RSPCA are trying to trace the owner of an emaciated shar pei dog found straying.