Raw-boned



[raw-bohnd] /ˈrɔˈboʊnd/

adjective
1.
having little flesh, especially on a large-boned frame; gaunt.
/ˈrɔːˈbəʊnd/
adjective
1.
having a lean bony physique
adj.

“having little flesh on the bones, gaunt,” from raw (adj.) + bone (n.).

rawboned raw·boned (rô’bōnd’)
adj.
Having a lean, gaunt frame with prominent bones.

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