Anemic in a sentence

Definition of Anemic

Of or pertaining to anemia. | (by extension) Weak; listless; lacking power, vigor, vitality, or colorfulness. | An individual who has anemia.

How to use Anemic in a Sentence?

  • Languid ladies were seated in wicker chairs upon the piazzas, and frail anemic girls filled the corridors.
  • Edith, it may be remembered, had once seen him kiss her, and had pronounced it an anemic salutation.
  • Caroline had beguiled the woman next her, a frail, anemic little creature with pathetic eyes, into a halting conversation.
  • The "old maid" of the past was a sad, anemic creature, without any means of support except the bounty of some relative.
  • Dodo had subsided into hopeless giggles over this remarkable tirade against the anemic generation and Edith plucked at her double-bass again as she concluded with this exclamation of scorn.
  • Some day you will perhaps be a great physician, if they let you go your way in peace, but greater yet will be he who can inject a new idea into this anemic people!
  • Even if they are anemic and rickety, ill-nourished and deformed, and even if the mothers, already overburdened and underfed, die in giving them birth?

Short Example Sentence for Anemic

  • For the anemic and the florid vices need very different treatment.

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