weazened

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Adjective[edit]

weazened ‎(comparative more weazened, superlative most weazened)

  1. wrinkled and withered
    • 1903, Jack London, The Call of the Wild, Scholastic Books, Inc. (1963), page 18,
      Yet his time came, in the end, in the form of a little weazened man who spat broken English...
    • 1951, Isaac Asimov, Foundation (1974 Panther Books Ltd publication), part V: “The Merchant Princes”, chapter 6, page 151, ¶ 6
      “You are very friendly with these barbarians. Perhaps that is why I was not to be permitted to attend your conversation. Perhaps your little weazened soul is plotting to turn against my father.”

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