He looked grimmer and more careworn than ever, and did not even smile as he greeted me.
He seemed to grow older and more careworn, day by day, but locked his pain and grief in his own breast closely.
So he worked on at his farm harder than ever, and grew soberer and more careworn daily.
Taking away the mustache, the face was exactly like his own, only older and more careworn.
I thought he looked ill at ease, and I noticed that he was less ruddy and more careworn than when I had first met him.
The Squire looked broken and grey, and more careworn than when his affairs had been most desperate.
Paul Lyons seemed older and more careworn than when she had last seen him.
Out in the sunlight his face appeared older, more careworn, but although it cost him an effort to walk, his step was unfaltering.
He looked older, thinner, and more careworn, and gray hairs are sprinkled among his dark brown curls.
He grew less and less buoyant and more careworn as spring wore on, and Ellice could not understand the change.