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The path was wider and more worn now--almost a thoroughfare, in fact.

To-night all were more worn out, and that did not mend their dispositions.

Some letters get more worn than others, and some wear only on one side.

He had been more worn out and weary than he had at all suspected.

“Stripes are more worn than anything else in calicoes,” said she.

The surface is more worn than is usual in modern milk teeth of this kind.

Again, these things are more worn than those in the other rooms.

Walter was more worn out than ever, but too excited to sleep.

The mother, every year more worn, more haggard—I changed all that!

Some years after I saw him again; he was then paler and more worn of aspect.