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weatherworn

Syllabification: weath·er·worn
Pronunciation: /ˈweT͟Hərˌwôrn
 
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Definition of weatherworn in English:

adjective

Eroded or altered by being exposed to the weather: a weatherworn gravestone
More example sentences
  • Although praised for its meticulous reconstruction, in the interests of historical accuracy the hall's exterior was painted creamy yellow even though it jars with the rest of the weather-worn castle.
  • But now many of the weather-worn black and white signposts are threatened by neglect and decay.
  • There are still banners, now frayed and weather-worn, hanging from overpasses.

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