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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcareworncare‧worn /ˈkeəwɔːn $ ˈkerwɔːrn/ adjective  WORRIEDlooking sad, worried, and tired a careworn expression
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carewornSwallow looks tired and careworn and slightly seedy.He was pale, but his careworn expression could not disguise the malice in his eyes.a careworn faceBenjamin walked back to get him, his old face looking more haggard and careworn than usual.Staples has a reedy, careworn voice that is oddly uplifting, and his music has a country sense of space.Or stretch her limbs and laugh at the careworn ways of her elders?
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