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


Branch after branch is dropping from the timeworn, weatherbeaten trunk.

Above it he saw the weatherbeaten sign which had always been weatherbeaten.

They inspected the ship, a weatherbeaten scouter that looked like a relic of the '90's.

Gray and weatherbeaten without, within it was warm and home-like.

He was a little, thick-set man, with a rippled, weatherbeaten face.

Its weatherbeaten sides revealed a virgin innocence of paint.

In all my weatherbeaten days, I have never seen such a greeting as that.

Poor human soul, I thought to myself, as I looked down upon the weatherbeaten brother at my feet!

His weatherbeaten countenance always glowed, and there was something like a tear in his eyes, when he spoke of "my Fanny."

He came to her at once, a big leather-skinned man with the weatherbeaten look of the West.