Part of speech: adjective

Worn and gaunt in appearance.

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Usage examples "haggard":

  1. She looked old, weather- beaten, and haggard, and her defiant show of strength was gone. - "The Story Of Kennett", Bayard Taylor.
  2. For a long while Skipper Ed stood there, his face drawn and haggard, his tall form bent, uncertain which way to turn or what to do. - "Bobby of the Labrador", Dillon Wallace.
  3. She looked weary, and grave, almost haggard, and it was a fresh, light- hearted girl with whom he had fallen in love in England. - "Masters of the Wheat-Lands", Harold Bindloss.