weatherbeaten

Part of speech: adjective

Bearing the effects of exposure to weather.

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Usage examples "weatherbeaten":

  1. In all my weatherbeaten days, I have never seen such a greeting as that. - "Look Back on Happiness", Knut Hamsun.
  2. A splendid car, with a chauffeur much smarter than his master, had just dropped him: a grant figure in weatherbeaten Harris tweeds, grasping a heavy stick. - "Captain Jim", Mary Grant Bruce.
  3. The place was kept by a Jew, who, with his wife, or some woman belonging to the establishment, old and weatherbeaten, was running about serving and apparently quarrelling with all the wagoners. - "Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, 7th ed. Vol. 2 of 2", John Lloyd Stephens.