weathered

[ UK /wˈɛðəd/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛðɝd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. worn by exposure to the weather
    a house of weathered shingles
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How To Use weathered In A Sentence

  • The softer rock has been weathered away into soil.
  • The rough-hewn boards of the boathouse were grey and weathered. THE MYSTERY OF THE PURPLE PIRATE
  • Religious publications also appear to have weathered the downturn in religious practice.
  • Vicky Fox, a towering transwoman with yellow hair and brown skin, hurls herself dramatically onto the floor and begins contorting about on the weathered tile when I ask to take her picture. Down and Delirious in Mexico City
  • Plant leans forward, vast swathes of hair tumbling down on either side of his weathered face. Times, Sunday Times
  • The unit is an orange/red-weathered ignimbrite, which is generally massive and strongly feldsparphyric.
  • The investigator then pressed his face against the weathered boarding, his eye even with the hole.
  • Old timbers are weathered and darker and provide warmth and intimacy. Times, Sunday Times
  • They wore chaps criss-crossed with scars from needle sharp cactus, their hats were badly weathered, having survived many suns, winds and rains.
  • The materials used on the exteriors give the house a pleasing, weathered appearance.
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