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His weatherbeaten countenance always glowed, and there was something like a tear in his eyes, when he spoke of "my Fanny."
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLANDJOHN MACKAY WILSON
He came to her at once, a big leather-skinned man with the weatherbeaten look of the West.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
He looked through the clutter of small, weatherbeaten sheds without seeing the man, and came to the beach on the ocean side.
PETER COTTERELL'S TREASURERUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND
With his red, weatherbeaten face and mild, expressionless blue eyes, he looked like a well-to-do farmer.
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.
He held a lantern which illuminated a kindly, weatherbeaten face, looking like that of an old sailor.
Five minutes later, Clinch thrust his hard-looking, weatherbeaten, but handsome red countenance in at the cabin-door.
THE WING-AND-WINGJ. FENIMORE COOPER
"The third milestone," announced Peter pointing to a weatherbeaten slab just visible in the gloom.
BILLY BARCROFT, R.N.A.S.PERCY F. WESTERMAN
Branch after branch is dropping from the timeworn, weatherbeaten trunk.
JEWISH LITERATURE AND OTHER ESSAYSGUSTAV KARPELES
It does not seem attractive; but in spite of all this gaunt, weatherbeaten character Sennen is not unlovely.
THE CORNISH COAST (SOUTH)CHARLES G. HARPER
From the oak tree by the kitchen door, in tattered, weatherbeaten garments, hung the bodies of two men.
THE NIGHT-BORNJACK LONDON