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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAREWORN

His clothes were travel stained, and he appeared haggard and careworn.

With all this, the population was poor-looking and careworn.

The careworn man at the head of my horse was utterly in the dark.

His face was thin and careworn, and his eyes had an uncertain, restless look in them.

The cook might well be careworn, for cookery was the Major's hobby.

In the careworn countenance before her she read a bitter tale.

All could not help but notice that he looked a trifle pale and careworn.

In appearance he was pale and careworn, and looked as though he had been very ill.

The change in him was remarkable; he looked old and careworn.

From her deck disembarked a hundred and one careworn exiles.

WORD ORIGIN

1828, from care (n.) + worn.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.