Definitions of worn
  1. adjective
    affected by wear; damaged by long use
    worn threads on the screw”
    “a worn suit”
    “the worn pockets on the jacket”
    of long duration; not new
    at an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable)
    worn by rubbing or friction
    damaged especially by hard usage
    clapped out
    worn from age or heavy use and no longer able to operate (of cars or machines or people)
    creaky, decrepit, derelict, flea-bitten, run-down, woebegone
    worn and broken down by hard use
    dog-eared, eared
    worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down
    eroded, scoured
    worn away as by water or ice or wind
    worn away or tattered along the edges
    mangey, mangy
    having many worn or threadbare spots in the nap
    moth-eaten, mothy
    worn or eaten away by (or as if by) moths
    played out
    worn out
    ragged, raggedy
    being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn
    raddled, worn-out
    used until no longer useful
    moth-eaten, raggedy, ratty, shabby, tatty
    showing signs of wear and tear
    scruffy, seedy
    shabby and untidy
    shopsoiled, shopworn
    worn or faded from being on display in a store
    tatterdemalion, tattered
    worn to shreds; or wearing torn or ragged clothing
    having the nap worn away so that the threads show through
    (of pages) worn or soiled by thumb and fingers by frequent handling or turning
    vermiculate, worm-eaten, wormy
    infested with or damaged (as if eaten) by worms
    (of rocks especially) worn smooth by the action of water
    weather-beaten, weathered, weatherworn
    worn by exposure to the weather
    showing signs of much wear or use
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    unaffected by use or exposure
    not worn by exposure to the weather
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  2. adjective
    showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering
    “"shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face"- Charles Dickens”
    synonyms: careworn, drawn, haggard, raddled
    depleted of strength or energy
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