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weather-beaten

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweather-beatenˈweather-ˌbeaten adjective  weather-beaten buildings, skin, clothing etc look old and damaged because they have been out in bad weather his weather-beaten face
Examples from the Corpus
weather-beatenThe rose wreath still hung in the apple tree, a little weather-beaten, already.Here the lane ended, and she found herself by the Green, facing the tiny weather-beaten church.And in the weather-beaten flesh Johnny Cash is a mighty impressive man.The church was a bare, weather-beaten ghost of a building with hollow windows and a sagging door.A tall man, with a pleasantly weather-beaten look, as though he spent much time out of doors.Each boat had been freshly painted in bright colours for the occasion, and beside them stood their sinewy weather-beaten owners.a weather-beaten table
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