Tired-looking, showing signs of anxiety or hunger, hollow-eyed, wild, unruly, intractable.
Richard, more worn and haggard, haunted the court day after day, listlessly sat there the whole day long when he knew there was no remote chance of the suit being mentioned, and became one of the stock sights of the place.
Just a few weeks before, he had visited an opium den in Bluegate Fields, by the dark Thames, where an American companion noted that "we found the haggard old woman blowing at a kind of pipe made of an old penny ink-bottle".
Peter Ackroyd, The Guardian, 4 December 2004, Guardian
Lady deep inhaler, haggard, jumpy, no appetite, yearns to be totally hooked on a tobacco baron who’s into monogrammed silver cigarette cases and gold Dunhill butane lighters.