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  • verb Present participle of wizen.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • All those terrible yellow toxins, wizening his knees, slackening his tendons, emaciating his calves.

    England's Andy Carroll is not the first with a thirst for success | Barney Ronay

  • Really, Cantuar should don sackcloth and ash on his already wizening head.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • In tasting a variety of 30-year-old whiskies, I found one malt that wasn't just improved with wizening -- it was transformed.

    For some whiskies, life begins at 30

  • In tasting a variety of 30-year-old whiskies, I found one malt that wasn't just improved with wizening -- it was transformed.

    Expensive Tastes

  • She wouldn't have to expose acres of wizening skin to the pitiless gaze of younger women, whilst they made remarks about mutton dressed as lamb.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Good things might have been expected of him, but it transpired that he had undergone "wizening of the brain."

    The Hohenzollerns in America

  • This wizening of our features was due to the strain of travel and lack of sleep; we had enough to eat, and I have only mentioned it to help impress the fact that the journey to the Pole and back is not to be regarded as a pleasure outing, and our so-called jaunt was by no means a cake-walk.

    A Negro Explorer at the North Pole

  • It's been dead for about a decade, and lies wizening where it fell.

    Coyote Crossing

  • And most of all, they will fear the omnipresent, hovering hand of the Other, always trying to take away the dignity that is their rightful birthright as Americans - the dignity that their intrinsic, bone-deep, wizening fear, their spite-fueling fear, keeps them ever from breathing freely enough to know or enjoy.

    Sadly, No!

  • Through hypnotherapy you can train your subconscious to let go of the negative emotions, it will also teach you to make peace with the unpleasant event in your life and see it as a catalyst for wizening up.

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