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.