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  • adv. In a haggard manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a haggard manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a haggard or careworn manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a haggard manner


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haggard +‎ -ly


  • Pen had the boxes almost all to himself, and sate there lonely, with bloodshot eyes, leaning over the ledge, and gazing haggardly towards the scene, when Cora came in.

    The History of Pendennis

  • It might have been fanciful to suppose that under their outer bearing there was something of the shamed air of two cheats who were linked together by concealed handcuffs; but, not so, to suppose that they were haggardly weary of one another, of themselves, and of all this world.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • Khemsa hauled himself to the edge and stared over, haggardly, his lips working as he mumbled to himself.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • Kalifornia aside, the talented young star has done nothing to deserve such harsh comments, although her head shot is indeed “haggardly.”

    Y.P.R.: I Am Going to Die Alone

  • One wept, face on her knees; the other two stared haggardly at nothing, one of them plucking aimlessly at her skirt.

    A Crown of Swords

  • "I'm afraid this is where we part ways, old friend," he said haggardly.

    Curse of the Shadowmage

  • I'm so sorry, Grandmother, "he said haggardly" I don't know what came over me.

    Curse of the Shadowmage

  • Norman drank through two cups of black coffee, wiped his lips with a napkin, stood up and said haggardly, "I'm ready."

    The Complete Stories Vol 1

  • The others wore windbreakers or leather jackets. and three of the four women were dressed in ordinary street dresses while the fourth, who was haggardly thin and dark, wore a sort of severely cut militiawoman's uniform with a skirt with high boots under it.

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • As she stared, he took off his sombrero, rested his hand on the saddle-horn, and looked haggardly, eagerly, up the trail toward the house.

    The Branding Iron


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