Translation of haggard in Spanish:


demacrado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhæɡərd//ˈhaɡəd/


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    • His muscular body was bent and haggard, he was exhausted but still fighting with everything he had.
    • I just hope they don't get even more haggard with all that worry than so many of them currently look.
    • There were still some remains of her make-up from the day before, smudged mascara underneath her eyes, a thin line of eyeliner all making her look exhausted and almost haggard.
    • I saw him again yesterday and he still looks haggard and tired.
    • His father ran a hand over his face, slightly haggard in his worry for his son.
    • His unit was this close to packing off his personal effects to his parents, as one of the photos I have is of Dad, noticeably thin and haggard, holding the box addressed to his mother.
    • These real soldiers are starting to look more haggard every day, obviously suffering from combat stress.
    • She was so tired and haggard looking, it hurt him to see her that way.
    • Chris was the only one who didn't seem to look haggard and exhausted.
    • The sorcerer looks haggard, exhausted, but otherwise uninjured.
    • It featured a ragged, haggard man who was supposed to serve as a warning about the consequences of drug addiction.
    • She is haggard, pale, and her hair is matted with blood.
    • The two bandits, their haggard features grim with battle-blood, edged toward the tall warrior.
    • His flawless face was now haggard with exhaustion, and she sensed his energy stores were almost depleted.
    • His hair was mussed, his features rather haggard.
    • Chloe read my thoughts and judged my appearance, which was haggard and exhausted.
    • They were haggard and thin but strong and well armed.
    • Her father was still there, but this time he was on the phone and his expression was haggard with worry.
    • Like all the street children, he is thin and haggard.
    • ‘Yes, nurse,’ Dann replied meekly, grinning at her despite his pale, haggard look.