The boy pined away to skin and bone.
I was filled with bitterness to see on TV a blind man who was all skin and bone.
Large packs of scrawny dogs wander aimlessly in search of food through rubbish-strewn red desert camps.
Weeks in an open boat had reduced the survuving crew members to skin and bone.
He has wasted away to skin and bone.
a skinny boy without much meat on him
a skinny child
She's nothing but skin and bones!
He is so skinny, when he rurns sideways and sticks out his tongue he looks like a zipper.
The cancer victim was reduced to skin and bones.
He had been ill for several months, and looked as thin as a rake.
a child with skinny freckled legs; a long scrawny neck.
He was all skin and bone after his illness.
KJV] Their visage is blacker than a coal; they are not known in the streets: their skin cleaveth to their bones; it is withered, it is become like a stick.
During his illness he wasted away until he was just a bag of bones.
The scrawny kitten lingered, brushing itself against our legs, and meowing plaintively.
She looked curiously at this lanky man with his bony stooped shoulders, his pinkish hair and calm unwavering eyes.