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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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.
The window at which I stood was tall and deep, stone-mullioned, and though weatherworn, was still complete.
Celia had those light young feminine tastes which grave and weatherworn gentlemen sometimes prefer in a wife; but happily Mr.
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.
A few months ago I was washing dishes and looking out of the window at my back "garden" (read: weatherworn decking and a load of dead plants) when it struck me how much prettier it would look as an ACTUAL garden.
With its ageing weatherboard houses and grey, weatherworn picket fences, Mullen could be any small Australian town from the last forty years.
To his chagrin the Professor was not even sure which house belonged to the Albanos, for the houses he saw suggested a dispirited sameness: weatherworn brownstone facades, narrow latticed windows that emitted a grudging light, tiled roofs that looked as if they might leak.
The photographs are detailed and cropped views of the homestead shack, drawing attention to the relationship between the weatherworn wood, reflection, and the environment.
The Rathes are hardly the first weatherworn Northeasterners to trade puffy coats and slushy sidewalks for bathing suits and white sand.
If your weatherworn lawn looks slightly worse for wear, now is the perfect time to remove thatch - old grass clippings - and moss using a spring tined rake and add it to the compost heap.
Even if your primary note-taking tool is a notebook with folded and weatherworn pages, you can always fire up OneNote on your smartphone when the professor walks into announce some changes to the assignment well after you've packed your things.