Synonyms for weather-beaten

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEATHER-BEATEN

At present it was dark and weather-beaten, and in a general state of neglect.

There were some weather-beaten trees and a tangle of shrubs about it.

A grin spread upon the weather-beaten countenance of Nicholas.

Bjarne was tall and grave, like the weather-beaten fir-trees in his mast-forest.

They were a fine looking lot of men, bronzed and weather-beaten and soldierly.

Old and weather-beaten, out of place there, it held and fascinated the gaze.

Actual tears irrigated the furrows of his weather-beaten and unwashed cheeks.

The old grey house at home, quaint and weather-beaten, rose before him.

He was weather-beaten, ruddy, and altogether rather pleasant to look at.

It was a dreary, unaccustomed sort of crack in his weather-beaten face.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WEATHER-BEATEN

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