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withered
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness.
  2. (used especially of vegetation) having lost all moisture.
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零落língluòwithered and fallen; scattered; sporadic
干枯gānkūwithered; dried up
diāowithered
凋落diāoluòto wither (and drop off); to wilt; to pass away
凋谢diāoxièto wither; to wilt; wizened
枯干kūgānwithered
枯槁kūgǎowithered; haggard; languid; without energy
wěi, wēi (Tw)to wither; to drop; to decline; spiritless
língwithered (plant, herb etc)
withered; dry, calamity; disaster, (ancient form ) sin; crime; guilt
withered; faded; to die, a minor illness (of foot and hand)
萎缩wěisuōto wither; to dry up (of a plant); to atrophy (of muscle, social custom etc)
niānto fade; to wither; to wilt; listless
xiè(same as ) faded and fallen -- as blossoms; withered
憔悴qiáocuìwan and sallow; thin and pallid; haggard; (of plants) withered
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