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tired-looking Line breaks: tired-looking

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Definition of tired-looking in English:

adjective

1Appearing in need of sleep or rest: his face was haggard and tired-looking
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  • We boarded the moving pod along with a group of eight foreign teenagers and a tired-looking mum with a folded-up buggy, her baby and her two older boys.
  • A tired-looking Celtic left the field emotionally crushed.
  • She had, suddenly, a serious expression on her tired-looking face.
1.1No longer fresh or in good condition: a cluster of miserable and tired-looking roses her designs are just the thing to breathe new life into tired-looking curtains
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  • Outside the living room, a tired-looking Mexican fountain and tile patio were replaced with refined gray slate.
  • Little animatronic angels danced as a small tired-looking animatronic Santa gestured below the tree.
  • If all you have is a selection of tired-looking vegetables, then the answer is soup.

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