Gauntness – meaning of the word and examples

Extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hunger, weariness, or torture; emaciated. (Dictionary.com)

Bleak, desolate, or grim, as places or things: (Dictionary.com)

The quality of being very thin, especially because of sickness or hunger. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Examples

Klimt/Schiele, Royal Academy review – the line of gauntness.

https://theartsdesk.com/visual-arts/klimtschiele-royal-academy-review-line-gauntness

Ranking The Weigh-In Gauntness Of Conor McGregor For His 7 UFC Fights.

https://www.balls.ie/mma/conor-mcgreogr-gaunt-weigh-in-319015

Anorexia is back? Eliška Bučková screams with gauntness and artificial face.

https://navva.org/czechrepublic/nation/anorexia-is-back-eliska-buckova-screams-with-gauntness-and-artificial-face/

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