worn out

[ wawrn-out, wohrn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF worn out

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORN OUT

But they were an old race, and they were worn out by centuries of hard work.

He didn't see that she was perspiring, worn out by her struggle with the carpet.

He was still a young man, but he was worn out with disappointment.

We amuse him more than the hackneyed comrades he has worn out.

The Beacon had reached a large circulation, but its slave was worn out.

I was asleep, worn out by three days and nights of wild storms.

He had gradually dropped to the floor, and lay there in a lethargy, worn out.

His only fear was that the machine might be worn out by constant working.

A robe is worn continually, worn out in the run, and discarded.

The girl did as she was told; she no longer resisted; she was overwhelmed, worn out.

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