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Lank, adj. 1) lax and loose from emptiness, not filled up: “the clergy's bags are l. and lean with thy extortions,” H6B I, 3, 132.
2) shrunk, fallen away: “with l. and lean discoloured cheek,” Lucr. 708. “about her l. and all o'erteemed loins a blanket,” Hml. II, 2, 531.
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