Examples from the Web for emaciation
The few rags that covered them only served to emphasize the emaciation of their bodies and limbs.A Voyage with Captain Dynamite|Charles Edward Rich
They are brought to a certain point of dilapidation; they are reduced to pallor, debility, and emaciation.Shirley|Charlotte Bront
There is but little appearance of emaciation, except in cases where it has been present before the attack.
Not the thinness of emaciation, but that of bodily structure.The Galaxy Primes|Edward Elmer Smith
Sickness, especially one in which the only symptoms are emaciation and debility, are attributed to their noxious influence.The Manbos of Mindano|John M. Garvan
Word Origin and History for emaciation
1660s, from Latin emaciationem, noun of state from past participle stem of emaciare (see emaciate), or perhaps a native formation from emaciate.