skeletal, emaciated, drawn, troubled, gaunt, cadaverous, raddled, sad, tired, worn, hollow-eyed, wan, pinched, worn-out, wasted, bony, haggard.
Young Brown noticed that Mr. Temple looked careworn
and haggard, and that his manner was very different from what it had been on the occasion of the last interview.
Every one seemed joyous, and merry jests went round that jovial company, till even the careworn
guest began to smile, and then to laugh outright.
Richard Tresidder was there, too, looking, I thought, much worried and careworn,
while young Nick stood by his side, his face very pale, and his arm in a sling.