Rainy days you can see how played-out and forlorn the whole world looks.
Love is an old, played-out farce, which nobody any longer laughs at.
"The Played-Out Man" is a record of his plunge into one absorption after another.
The man who was outside here had played-out leather ones on.
Out all night on a played-out bronc, an' me too thick to guess he was up to some devilment an' shoot him for it!
After it, the dark curtain would fall on the played-out drama, never to rise again.
I am of course—though once it was different—a broken man, with a brain clouded by whisky, only fit to run a played-out mine.
Even to the eye of the most inexperienced traveler there was no doubt that Buena Vista was a "played-out" mining camp.
They ran along together for a year or more, selling a played-out mine now and then or a "promising claim," for a small sum.
It is so impossible to be young, Claude Melville said very wearily, and with his little air of played-out indifference.