Definition of outworn in English:

outworn

Syllabification: out·worn
Pronunciation: /ˌoutˈwôrn
 
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past participle of outwear.

adjective

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1Out of date: outworn prejudices
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  • Such language is meant, of course, to be redolent of hell and damnation, a caricature of old-time religion and its outworn morality.
1.1No longer usable or serviceable: outworn lead flashings
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  • Not only do they have a large range of new boots but they also offer a trade-in service - outgrown boots, not outworn.
  • Even the narrow passageways were clogged with piles of papers stuffed in among outworn printing presses.

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