lived-in

Related to lived-in: well-placed, outspent

lived-in

adj
having a comfortable, natural, or homely appearance, as if subject to regular use or habitation
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Translations

lived-in

[ˈlɪvdˌɪn] ADJ the blinds and cushions give the room a lived-in looklas persianas y los cojines le dan un aspecto acogedor a la habitación
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lived-in

adj feelgemütlich, behaglich
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A Christmas card designed by former Viz artist Steve Donald gives advice to students at Newcastle's universities and college about how to make their homes looked lived-in during the holiday season.