Sentence for haggard | Use haggard in a sentence

Sentences for haggard. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use haggard in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for haggard.

  • He is haggard and unshaven.] (8)
  • He looked positively haggard. (8)
  • His face was pale and haggard. (8)
  • The man of the omnibus was there with haggard eyes. (2)
  • He stuck to the Ring till he was haggard with fatigue. (10)
  • He stuck to the Ring till he was haggard with fatigue. (22)
  • In the morning he came back, looking spent and haggard. (9)
  • It did not look haggard; it looked very much as it always did. (9)
  • Van Diemen came down to breakfast looking haggard and restless. (10)
  • But rock is the very picture of beautiful Gorgon, haggard Venus. (10)
  • But now the seas are haggard with thy wrath, Thy breath is tempest! (10)
  • Her whole face had changed, in that instant, becoming almost haggard. (8)
  • And could those haggard cheeks presume To memories of a May-tide bloom? (10)
  • The haggard prospect from that step of the climax checked his delivery. (10)
  • Tyrolese and Italian soldiers were gibing at her haggard companion when she entered the carriage. (10)
  • Four haggard and desperate men, headed by Barto Rizzo, burst from an ambush on the guard encircling Angelo. (10)
  • The poor fellow was in an effect of belated summer as to clothes, and he looked not merely haggard but shabby. (9)
  • I felt about until my hand encountered a stout branch, and to this I tied Modestine, a haggard, drenched, desponding donkey. (2)
  • Wild and haggard was her head, and she rushed to my books and saw them open at the sign of the ring: then began our combat. (10)
  • The days are so short that a man does much of his business, and certainly all his pleasure, by the haggard glare of gas lamps. (2)
  • Lavender, into whose mind there had instantly rushed a flood of public utterances, stood gazing at her haggard face in silent sympathy. (8)

Also see sentences for: emaciated, gaunt.

Definition of haggard:

  • haggard, hag’ard, adj. lean: hollow-eyed: wild, applied to an untrained hawk | (_arch._) hagg’ed. | n. hagg’ard, a hawk. | adv. hagg’ardly. (0) | haggard, hag’ard, n. a stackyard. (0)

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