worn[ wawrn, wohrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF worn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORN
There was a report that she had first worn it at her christening; the report originated with herself.
But they were an old race, and they were worn out by centuries of hard work.
It was precisely on the pattern of that worn by the visionary Maid.
She had changed the bedraggled frock for the green one she had worn the night before.
He didn't see that she was perspiring, worn out by her struggle with the carpet.
And, before the danger line had been crossed, he was worn to a shadow.
If worn at one place and not at another, which of them is it?
She could not bear that hurt, rebellious, lonely look which they had worn.
He drew a match along the arm of the chair where the varnish was worn off.
This old serge is getting too hot and too worn for common decency.