• Definition for "emaciate"
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emaciate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make or be excessively slim, particularly because of starvation.
    • resulting in to waste away in skin and be really lean.
    • To make or come to be exceptionally thin, specially because of hunger.
    • To cause to waste away in skin and be very slim.
  • verb:
    • which will make incredibly slim or wasted
    • To become excessively slim or wasted.
    • grow weak and slim or waste away actually
    • cause to develop thin or poor
    • In order to make excessively thin or wasted
    • to be exceedingly slim or wasted.
    • grow weak and thin or waste away actually
    • cause to grow slim or poor
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to reduce skin slowly and turn very slim; to waste away in flesh.
    • to get rid of skin gradually and turn really slim; to waste away in skin.
  • adjective:
    • Emaciated.
    • Emaciated.
  • others:
    • To cause to get rid of flesh gradually; waste the skin of; lower to leanness: since, great suffering emaciates the body.
    • to get rid of skin slowly; become slim, as by condition or pining; waste away, as flesh.
    • slim; squandered; considerably low in skin.
    • resulting in to get rid of flesh slowly; waste the skin of; decrease to leanness: because, great suffering emaciates the human body.
    • to reduce skin slowly; become slim, as by infection or pining; waste away, as skin.
    • slim; squandered; significantly low in flesh.
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