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haggard

adjective   /ˈhæɡ·əd/
Someone who is haggard has a thin face with dark marks around the eyes because they are sick or tired. demacrado The poor doctor was looking thin and haggard.
(Definition of haggard from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

haggard

adjective /ˈhӕɡəd/
(of a person) looking very tired and thin-faced, because of pain, worry etc macilento, ojeroso, demacrado She looked haggard after a sleepless night.
(Definition of haggard from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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