Definition of 'worn out'
Example sentences containing 'worn out'
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She'd tried so hard all day to seem cheery and good humoured, and she was worn out with the effort. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
He had a face like worn-out leather: gnarled by high cheekbones and a sullen brow. NIGHT SISTERS (2001)She was used to looking at his scruffy suits and worn-out shoes. YELLOW BIRD (2001)`I'm like a worn-out dishcloth, but I'll be this way until polling day. POLITICAL SUICIDE (2001)
One of Alex's friends loaned us a rusty Chevy Vega with eighty-nine thousand miles and worn-out shocks. A KING'S RANSOM (2001)
Trends of 'worn out'
Used Occasionally. worn out is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'worn out'
British English: worn out ADJECTIVE
Something that is worn out is so old, damaged, or thin from use that it cannot be used any more.
...the car's worn out tyres.
Definition of worn out from the Collins English Dictionary
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