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weathered

Syllabification: weath·ered
Pronunciation: /ˈweT͟Hərd
 
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Definition of weathered in English:

adjective

Worn by long exposure to the air; weather-beaten: weathered rock
More example sentences
  • A welter of ancient corridors in a ruin gives way to a clear space, contained within a circle of weathered obelisks.
  • Our children bring children to bless her, her face more weathered than mine.
  • We all trudged down to The Hazards, which are a chain of weathered granite domes.

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