worn-out[ wawrn-out, wohrn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF worn-out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORN-OUT
No thought of brushing their worn-out, unmended boots ever entered their minds.
Tom and the worn-out stool had held together through it all.
And he was too worn-out and sleepy to think much of what he had heard.
Try to picture it, oh, worn-out and blasé frequenter of play and opera!
They had gone into a shop where the worn-out and used-up woman had bought some shrimps.
Also the opening of the High Cliff House was getting to be a worn-out topic.
Did you ever see such faded, worn-out dummies for the display of diamonds?
As to Massy, it was no secret that he was in a jolly deep hole with these worn-out boilers.
When I knew you first, I was a worn-out, weary, heart-sick man of the world.
The worn-out, typewritten-out Ollie pleaded against Prue's lawlessness.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WORN-OUT
- burned out
- had it
- knocked out
- pegged out
- tired out
- used up
- wiped out
- wrung out