Definition Of gaunt
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of suffering, hunger, or age.
She was gaunt , painfully thin, expressionless, wearing a sleeveless top, dark pants, and sandals.
Example Of gaunt
Cabooses are another fast disappearing symbol of the railways, those that remain are a gaunt remnant of the former glory of a bygone era.
Fields gave way to scattered woodlands, bare and gaunt against the early winter darkness.
He is a fair, gaunt man of Norwegian extraction, an international lawyer I think, and has a careful, courteous manner.
He juxtaposes these gaunt scenes with striking black-and-white shots of beaches and landscape.
He scoured the gaunt landscape as if his primordial authority was enough to plunge the lid of the monochrome building down to floor level to allow him a cowardly escape.