raddled, weedy, careworn, bony, atrophied, hard up, osseous, lean, shrunken, fleshless, superfluous, anorexic, skeletal, gangling, be (all) skin and bone(s), penniless, nasal, squandered, boney, scrawny, slender, slim, tired, impecunious, fat, penurious, diminished, adenoidal, better, angular, worn, thin, twiggy, spare, lank, underweight, skinny, drawn, wasted, rawboned, lanky, pointless, osteal, cadaveric, otiose, meager, hollow-eyed, purposeless, senseless, scraggy, pinched
cadaverous (part of speech: adjective)
- I was breathless and spent, but as in a dream I saw some Amangwane drag up a gaunt old savage, crying: " Here is Bangu, Bangu the Butcher, whom we have caught alive." - "Child of Storm", H. Rider Haggard.
- And old as he was, and shaken and weary, he stood sentry there, a gaunt stooping figure, for long hours, until the prayed- for day began to break above Redcliffe and to discover the grim relics of the night's work. - "Chippinge Borough", Stanley J. Weyman.
- He had been terribly hungry the day before, but now he was ravenous and he felt gaunt and weak. - "Bobby of the Labrador", Dillon Wallace.