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It was an altar-tomb, broken and timeworn and almost covered with an accumulation of earth and moss and leaves.
VIRGINIA: THE OLD DOMINIONFRANK W. HUTCHINS AND CORTELLE HUTCHINS
He leant against the fountain, playing with the cool water which fell with monotonous rhythm into the shallow timeworn basin.
You seem to have inherited the timeworn theory that the War of 1914 was entirely provoked by the junker class of Germans.
THE GREAT PRINCE SHANE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Ten minutes later, a young woman descended from the timeworn hack.
GIRLS OF HIGHLAND HALLCAROLYN WATSON RANKIN
Sometimes this throat uttered Yes, sometimes it uttered No; sometimes it made inquiries about a timeworn denizen of the place.
Beyond the fountain, before the timeworn cloister, sat an aged brother surrounded by monks.
THE HIGHER COURTMARY STEWART DAGGETT
The brother, waiting without, led them across ancient flagstones to timeworn steps of generous dimension.
THE HIGHER COURTMARY STEWART DAGGETT
Near the park entrance is the almshouse, with its timeworn gables of yellow stone against the dull red of the tile roofing.
IN UNFAMILIAR ENGLANDTHOMAS DOWLER MURPHY
Feeling certain of defeat at the polls, the partisans of the latter candidate resorted to the timeworn expedient of a revolt.
They had not rebelled against timeworn traditions and superstitions in Germany to become slaves to something worse in this.

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