time-worn

[ tahym-wawrn, -wohrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF time-worn
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There were time-worn shades to the windows, but no curtains.

It was a plain Gothic parapet, in keeping with the time-worn building.

I have been reading the bills, yellow-stained and time-worn.

Prescott, antiquated and time-worn, is on the Canadian bank.

The time-worn colossus of Rome was tottering under its own weight.

When I saw Whiteley, last June, he was time-worn and whitened.

At the top of the sheet, which was yellow and time-worn, were two lines, as follows:XLI.

It was not long before they were on the time-worn topic, the war of the sexes.

Again, this point of view offers a satisfactory solution for the time-worn puzzle of relativity.

On the Matron's time-worn mantleLet the Poet's wreath be laid.

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