Synonym for haggard
▶ haggard, adjective
gauntDictionary • He was pale and a bit haggard. gaunt • Looking gaunt and tired, he denied there was anything to worry about.wasted • I'm sorry you had a wasted journey.drawn • She looked drawn and tired.thin • They are stirring huge pots of rice and thin vegetable soup over a fire made of charcoal.pinched • a small, thin woman with pinched featureswrinkled • I did indeed look older and more wrinkled than ever.ghastly • ...a mother accompanied by her ghastly unruly child.wan • All she could manage was a thin, wan smile.emaciated • horrific television pictures of emaciated prisonersshrunken • His shrunken thighs were barely strong enough to support the weight of his body.careworn • Their faces look old and careworn.hollow-eyed
OPPOSITES:fresh, robust, vigorous, energetic, hale, sleek, brisk, bright-eyed
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carewornA person who looks careworn looks worried, tired, and unhappy.
• Their faces look old and careworn.
drawnIf someone or their face looks drawn, their face is thin and they look very tired, ill, worried, or unhappy.
• She looked drawn and tired.
emaciatedA person or animal that is emaciated is extremely thin and weak because of illness or lack of food.
• horrific television pictures of emaciated prisoners
Thesaurus for haggard from the Collins English Thesaurus
careworn or gaunt, as from lack of sleep, anxiety, or starvation