Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Her black hair was cut short, and her weather beaten countenance retained traces of great beauty.

I am already sorry, replied Ethelston, moved by the earnest simplicity of the scarred and weather–beaten boatman.

On he went, noting each cranny and fissure in the weather–beaten mass, until he reached the opposite side.

If so, that weather–beaten tars remarks when he looked at the face of MWanga, one–time king of Benin, would be interesting.

For answer, she put both hands on his shoulders, and looked into his weather–beaten face.

Unpainted and weather beaten, it stood alone without tree or shrub to lend it hospitable appearance.

We also utilized a large barn built of weather beaten boards which stood near our camp.

The long stakes with big wooden knobs on the top were weather beaten, and their bands of orange and green were dim.

We were glad, glad to have come through our terrific experiences alive and though we were weather beaten, well and uninjured.

At the time of sailing from Newport News, all the cavalrymen were bronzed and weather beaten.