weatherworn


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weath·er·worn

 (wĕth′ər-wôrn′)
adj.
Weather-beaten.

weatherworn

(ˈwɛðəˌwɔːn)
adj
another word for weather-beaten

weath•er•worn

(ˈwɛð ərˌwɔrn, -ˌwoʊrn)

adj.
weather-beaten.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.weatherworn - worn by exposure to the weatherweatherworn - worn by exposure to the weather; "a house of weathered shingles"
worn - affected by wear; damaged by long use; "worn threads on the screw"; "a worn suit"; "the worn pockets on the jacket"
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The window at which I stood was tall and deep, stone-mullioned, and though weatherworn, was still complete.
The split and weatherworn rocks of the gorge of the Waingunga had been used since the beginning of the Jungle by the Little People of the Rocks--the busy, furious, black wild bees of India; and, as Mowgli knew well, all trails turned off half a mile before they reached the gorge.
Celia had those light young feminine tastes which grave and weatherworn gentlemen sometimes prefer in a wife; but happily Mr.
Mugambi's eyes went wide at the sight, and the others uttered exclamations of surprise and incredulity, for from the rusty and weatherworn pouch ran a stream of brilliant, scintillating gems.
She paused to catch her breath and when she looked up, it was right underneath a weatherworn wooden sign emblazoned with 'Donegal Library'.
Though bleary-eyed and weatherworn, her fellow circus Cravers could always be found with their flashlights out and their White Castle directories in hand as they crisscrossed the Midwest and East Coast.
As their boats approach the Argonath, the Pillars of the Kings, with its giant carvings, the size of the images and the dangers of the waters cause Frodo to be afraid until he hears a voice telling him not to fear: "Frodo turned and saw Strider, and yet not Strider; for the weatherworn Ranger was no longer there.
In sculpture, Henry Moore's reclining figures cling fervently to the earth and Barbara Hepworth's carvings summon the swell of waves and weatherworn cliffs.
leaves rustle in the whistling wind, /Around the weatherworn, gray
These deeply atmospheric, sometimes blurred shots of weatherworn faces and blankly staring fish, often at taken at night, evoke the movement of ships at sea and the slippery textures of a bloody catch.
Aruba measures just 20 miles long and six miles wide and hugs the northern edge of South America, lying just 15 miles off Venezuela, giving it a sheltered south-west side that's ideal for swimming, and a weatherworn north-east coast that's ideal for exploring.
Cecilia Gimenez, 81, apparently took it upon herself to repair the weatherworn painting of Jesus but ended up creating what some have called a "half-bearded monkey face" and others have referred to as "potato Jesus.