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adjective as in timeworn

adjective as in weather-beaten

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Continental crust is vital in most of Earth’s natural cycles—it interacts with water and oxygen, forming new weathered products, hosting most metals and biological carbon.

It’s the weathered plastic that appears to pose a concern, he concludes.

The first weathered type had a negative electrical charge on its surface.

Across the train tracks between the river and the house, visitors will see the weathered bus that appears in the movie.

The surfaces appear battered and weathered, and buttons, fringes and bits of cloth are sewn into the compositions.

So Good Wife fans have already weathered Josh Charles leaving.

It was a look which suited Kate much better and weathered the summery temperatures more effortlessly.

Perfume bottles and weathered papyrus replicas gather dust in the grubby window displays of the empty shops.

Forklifts shuffle weathered pallets of gear lining the airfield in a super-sized game of Tetris.

It's a ghost town now, just a handful of weathered wooden buildings sagging beneath snow.

It was on the ground floor of the building, with a separate entrance, and a weathered name-plate on the door.

In the port lay fleets of great ships which had weathered the storms of the Euxine and the Atlantic.

She had been painted green, but the colour was faded and weathered, and the paint peeling off in strips.

The panic of 1857 had made sad havoc with the book trade generally, and those firms which weathered the storm were sorely pressed.

I believe we might have weathered them had we really made a serious effort to do so, but there was no need.


On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weathered, such as: accomplished, competent, hardened, knowledgeable, qualified, and skillful.

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