It is TOO bad to feel life, health, and beauty wasting away
, unfelt and unenjoyed, for such a brute as that
His muscles were wasting away
, and what were left were soft and flabby.
It is such a sight as we read of in legends of enchanted forests: saving that it is sad to see these noble works wasting away
so awfully, alone; and to think how many years must come and go before the magic that created them will rear their like upon this ground again.
So slow, so eager, so bloodless and gaunt, I felt as if Richard were wasting away
beneath the eyes of this adviser and there were something of the vampire in him.
All the while, he was wasting away
, no longer interested in food or life, filled with shame, self-doubt, and suicidal ideation.
But it seems few people realised that the shy girl was slowly wasting away
from an eating disorder.
Kids are getting bigger while state park budgets are wasting away
, Stateline reports.
I see scientists have developed skin-tight elastic suits for astronauts to stop their bones and muscles wasting away
in weightless space.
22 ( ANI ): Formula One legend Michael Schumacher has reportedly lost 25 percent of his body weight and is wasting away
after months, as he has yet failed to recover from his induced coma.
It is not as if SWP owed Chelsea some great debt of loyalty, having spent three years largely wasting away
on the sidelines at Stamford Bridge.
When there's no food on the table and people are wasting away
, there's little one won't do to stop it.
2 : to lose or cause to lose weight, strength, or energy <His muscles were wasting away
from lack of use.