wizen|wizened|wizening|wizens in English
[wiz·en || 'wɪzn]
wither, wilt; make wither, make wilt
Use "wizen|wizened|wizening|wizens" in a sentence
1. Hard wind and wizen his face.
2. Stinking, wizened old cow!
3. Hard wind and bitter cold wizen his face.
4. He barely recognized her wizened face and haggard features.
5. He had a bony wizened face and an unhealthy pallor.
6. She complained of headache, and she looked old and wizened.
7. The hand looked chapped and wizened, not a boy's.
8. The fellow's yellow, wizened face broke into a sharp-toothed smile.
9. There would be a day when our faces would be wrinkled and wizen .
10. She complained of a headache, and she looked old and wizened.
11. A wizened little man wriggled through the line of soldiers standing guard.
12. In the centre was a small wizened bulb like a tiny onion.
13. The wizened doctor slowly pressed three fingers against the artery in my wrist.
14. That wizened and grotesque little old man is a notorious miser.
15. The door was opened by a wizened old man clutching a walking stick.
16. The day begins as a wizened man a bench in front of his house.
17. Babies had been born here, tiny wizened things that could not live ...
18. He was a wizened old man with yellow skin and deep wrinkles.
19. 25 The door was opened by a wizened old man clutching a walking stick.
20. His sun - wizened face peeked out from under his dusty, faded, wide - brimmed hat.
21. Many were shocked by the wizened appearance of the former leader ( Saddam Hussein ).
22. The voice that came out of the wizened little mouth was loud and quite threatening.
23. You know the ingredients: rustic setting, wizened Lothario, coltish Romany beauty, rampaging passion, frightened sheep etc.
24. At the advanced age of Charles Bronson's wizened features are returning to the big screen.
25. His wizened face sprouted the long straggly wisps of a white mandarin mustache and beard.