What is another word for Cadaverousness?

Pronunciation: [kɐdˈavəɹəsnəs] (IPA)

Cadaverousness refers to a very pale and thin appearance that can make someone resemble a corpse. Some synonyms for cadaverousness include gauntness, haggardness, emaciation, pallor, and wastedness. Gauntness describes a thin and bony appearance, while haggardness and emaciation refers to someone being worn-out or exhausted, and very thin or gaunt, respectively. Pallor is used to describe a very pale complexion without any luster or color, while wastedness is a state where someone has lost a lot of weight and looks thin and fragile. All of these synonyms are used to describe a physical appearance that is skeletal and without energy.

What are the hypernyms for Cadaverousness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Related words: appearance of cadaverousness, cadaverous appearance, cadaverous complexion, deathly complexion, ghastly look, appearance of cadavers, cadaverous look

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