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synonyms for wornout

  • confined
  • crippled
  • debilitated
  • handicapped
  • hurt
  • immobilized
  • impaired
  • lame
  • maimed
  • paralyzed
  • sidelined
  • weakened
  • bedridden
  • broken-down
  • helpless
  • impotent
  • incapable
  • infirm
  • laid-up
  • out of action
  • out of commission
  • powerless
  • weak
  • worn-out
  • bored
  • tired
  • weary
  • cool
  • dulled
  • fagged
  • fatigued
  • sated
  • satiated
  • spent
  • surfeited
  • wearied
  • worn
  • been around
  • blah
  • blasé
  • done it all
  • fed up
  • had it
  • sick of
  • tired-out
  • up to here
  • worn-down
  • worn-out

antonyms for wornout

MOST RELEVANT
  • healthy
  • invigorated
  • strong
  • fresh
  • unused
    • active
    • fresh
    • new
    • original
    • current
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                          How to use wornout in a sentence

                          Like them she was heartily tired of the summer, and half stifled in the wornout atmosphere of the sleepy silent August day.
                          BEE AND BUTTERFLYLUCY FOSTER MADISON
                          His wornout troops would have to hold the sides of the salient for some weeks while the main body retired.
                          THE CHILDRENS' STORY OF THE WAR, VOLUME 4 (OF 10)JAMES EDWARD PARROTT
                          And you let her walk over you, chuck you out as if you was a wornout doormat she'd wiped her boots on, and never said a word.
                          THANKFUL'S INHERITANCEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
                          He walked for about ten minutes, and then Lavender appeared, haggard and wornout with fatigue.
                          LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE OF POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, VOL. 12, NO. 32, NOVEMBER, 1873VARIOUS
                          That one shopboy—those going or coming cows—the tombs, with wornout dates, every point of time vanishing—a living grave!
                          CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. III, NO IV, APRIL 1863VARIOUS
                          Just below us, Madame Prune's panels move very badly, creak and make a hideous noise in their wornout grooves.
                          MADAME CHRYSANTHEME COMPLETEPIERRE LOTI
                          A name, meaning a wornout old cab-horse, that Don Quixote gave to his gaunt steed.
                          IN SUNNY SPAIN WITH PILARICA AND RAFAELKATHARINE LEE BATES
                          That most freely used is a sort of cotton-bearing plant which grows in old wornout fields.
                          IN THE CATSKILLSJOHN BURROUGHS
                          It was so intense that we forgot our hunger and our wearied and wornout condition.
                          IN THE EARLY DAYS ALONG THE OVERLAND TRAIL IN NEBRASKA TERRITORY, IN 1852GILBERT L. COLE
                          It would have been useless for the travelers to attempt to overtake them with such wornout horses.
                          IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYSJULES VERNE
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