travel-worn


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Adj.1.travel-worn - tired by traveltravel-worn - tired by travel      
tired - depleted of strength or energy; "tired mothers with crying babies"; "too tired to eat"
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travel-worn

[ˈtrævlwɔːn] ADJfatigado por el viaje, rendido después de tanto viajar
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He had fallen upon the trail of Captain Bonneville's party, just after leaving the Nebraska; and, finding that they had frightened off all the game, had been obliged to push on, by forced marches, to avoid famine: both men and horses were, therefore, much travel-worn; but this was no place to halt; the plain before them he said was destitute of grass and water, neither of which would be met with short of the Green River, which was yet at a considerable distance.
It has been related, how, in the crowd that witnessed Hester Prynne's ignominious exposure, stood a man, elderly, travel-worn, who, just emerging from the perilous wilderness, beheld the woman, in whom he hoped to find embodied the warmth and cheerfulness of home, set up as a type of sin before the people.
She did not recognize him, though, this travel-worn warrior in the plain harness which showed no single jewel.
"Not I, for one," said Telephassa; although the poor queen, firmly as she spoke, was so travel-worn that she could hardly put her foot to the ground.
Dubai: A former Dubai resident will embark this summer on a three-month road trip from Dubai to Moscow adding a few more visa stamps in his travel-worn passport.
And yet, however well-ordered, the fact remains that such a continuous surge of people can grate on travel-worn nerves of the most hardy of souls.