GAUNT Sentence, Example and UsageExamples and usage of GAUNT in prose and poetry
Usage of "GAUNT": Examples from famous English Poetry
To better understand the meaning of GAUNT, certain examples of its usage are presented.Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word GAUNT
"Without any supper said snape, a triumphant smile flickering across his gaunt face"- The word/phrase 'gaunt' was used by 'J. K. Rowling' in 'Harry potter and the chamber of secrets'.
"An' now 'e's out, said stan, examining the newspaper picture of black's gaunt face again"- 'J. K. Rowling' has used the gaunt in the novel Harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban.
"Black's gaunt face broke into the first true smile harry had seen upon it"- To understand the meaning of gaunt, please see the following usage by J. K. Rowling in Harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban.
Usage of "GAUNT" in sentences
"Thou gaunt old man accosting me"
- This term gaunt was used by James Elroy Flecker in the Poem Ideal.
"An aged thrush, frail, gaunt, and small"
- This term gaunt was used by Thomas Hardy in the Poem The darkling thrush.
"What this grim, ungainly, ghastly, gaunt, and ominous bird of yore"
- This term gaunt was used by Edgar Allan Poe in the Poem The raven.
"A nightmare population of gaunt men and skeletal boys"
"The old man's gaunt and elongated frame"
"Gaunt underfed children"