The dying part loses sensibility to touch and becomes cold and shrivelled.
M'Adam was on his feet, pointing with a shrivelled finger, his face diabolical.
It was no statue that I saw in that niche, but a shrivelled human form—a hideous sight.
I could not even lend you a shrivelled apple, my dear woman.'
In the box lay a shrivelled yellow hand—with long tapering and well-manicured nails—neatly severed at the wrist!
It seems to have shrivelled by its great age, like its oldest inhabitants.
It is similarly quite fresh in appearance, and bears the shrivelled remains of the gum.
Towards evening, the tasajo begins to look brown and shrivelled.
After a fortnight had passed he got weak and shrivelled from this kind of food.
They were all three shrivelled dried up as mummies, but they were not mummies either.