Definition of 'the worse for wear'
Example sentences containing 'the worse for wear'
The poor fellow was slightly wounded in an air raid yesterday, and arrived here by train feeling rather the worse for wear.IN LOVE AND WAR THY BROTHER DEATH
Cotterell, who still looked much the worse for wear after a night of heavy drinking, just gazed blearily back.A SHRINE OF MURDERS
Definition of the worse for wear from the Collins English Dictionary
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