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starved-looking

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  • And then suddenly, there are these random starved-looking lions and lionesses who believe that Scar should have been ruler.

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  • There was something sanded down about the New Jersey-born actor; he was lean, almost starved-looking, and his movements were graceful, economical, cat-like.

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  • After his freshman year, he got a job at the Hillsborough Y, where he recognized Pete as the little, starved-looking boy he had played with at the Campbell College camp.

    Pistol

  • After his freshman year, he got a job at the Hillsborough Y, where he recognized Pete as the little, starved-looking boy he had played with at the Campbell College camp.

    Pistol

  • After his freshman year, he got a job at the Hillsborough Y, where he recognized Pete as the little, starved-looking boy he had played with at the Campbell College camp.

    Pistol

  • He had made the bandage of his shirt, and was bare-chested, scrawny, and starved-looking.

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  • Hammett's starved-looking face relaxed into a satisfied grin.

    Locked Rooms

  • Hammett's starved-looking face relaxed into a satisfied grin.

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  • There was only a single impudent pack of dogs, and those were starved-looking, yapping and chasing the horses, but not far.

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  • Doctor Sphynxeye's Face bindi was bony, starved-looking.

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