How To Use Wasting away In A Sentence

  • He spent hours wasting away in a hot bath. The Sun
  • He is an old man, worn and wizen - blind and wasting away.
  • This wasting away in the trenches, you don't think it's a bit unbecoming ? THE BRONZE HORSEMAN
  • Indicate precisely what you mean to say , yours sincerely, wasting away.
  • It's the best appetite help - if you have a loved one wasting away in chemo you'll want this. Eureka (Jack Bog's Blog)
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  • It was heartbreaking to watch he and his brother literally wasting away, without hope of recovery.
  • She was wasting away, but still had a sort of decaying beauty.
  • Political prisoners are wasting away in many prisons all over the world
  • Look at you, you're wasting away and you're too scared to go run back home.
  • I am not wasting away, I am seldom ill and always recover quickly.
  • Somethings certainly have improved, many people are looking healthier, but they have discovered a new area where people are wasting away.
  • He saw people being murdered and people wasting away.
  • If you are not learning something new every day, you are wasting away days of your life.
  • For people wasting away from the side effects of chemotherapy, this could be a small bit of very good news, indeed.
  • The meat at the base of the neck was "basted" with chambira, to prevent its wearing and wasting away by handling in the succeeding operations. Head Hunters of the Amazon: Seven Years of Exploration and Adventure
  • Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. Christianity Today
  • He is wasting away to skin and bone for lack of food.
  • Surely, it's time. He is wasting away and at 83 is so tired.
  • In his second story that day, however, following his hospital visits, he would describe "Disease X," and victims, who have "neither a burn or a broken limb," wasting away with "blackish" mouths and red spots, and small children who "have lost some hair. Greg Mitchell: How Press Censorship Hid the Shocking Truth About Nagasaki A-Bomb 65 Years Ago
  • He very convincingly portrayed a man struggling against a disease that meant he was wasting away in order to get something of extreme importance done.
  • Although the idea of him slowly wasting away painfully is more appealing to me. Balloon Juice » 2004 » October
  • But before he can do that, Emily, who has been wasting away--criminy, it's a nineteenth-century novel; what did you expect? Protestant Truths and Roman Catholic Errors: Part II of II
  • This wasting away in the trenches, you don't think it's a bit unbecoming ? THE BRONZE HORSEMAN
  • He looks down on himself as an old worthless man that's wasting away his last few years.
  • We will have to feed you up Juliet you are quite wasting away
  • He's wasting away, and there's nothing the healers can do.
  • I have to be reassured by my wife that I am not wasting away, a bit like ‘does my bum look big in this?’

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