washed-out

[ wosht-out, wawsht- ]SEE DEFINITION OF washed-out

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WASHED-OUT

She had a faded, washed-out look, and her hair was thinning out.

Yes, he said; I know that they have a washed-out and ridiculous appearance.

Allingham handed her the slip of washed-out paper that still lay on his desk.

Our men have become pulpy, washed-out, sore-corroded shadows of men.

The trail was an old one, and the sloping, washed-out rut was deep.

It was himself—the man of the ruddy nose and washed-out complexion.

It was somewhat rolling, with here and there washed-out places.

She is a washed-out woman, without a spark of energy in her composition.

He gazed at his right hand man with a washed-out expression.

Barbara was like a little, washed-out rag, and now she's quite blooming.

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