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used until no longer useful

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showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering

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He was a historian with a grasp of the long stretches of political experience in which the character of men and states reveal themselves, and he supplied an infinitely better understanding of our condition than is possible with vague talk about raddled words such as "freedom" and "rights.
Just because I couldn't quite comprehend something she said in that strange "youngster" language she uses, she shouted I was "past it"; a raddled old hag and a*** mother.
Clearly the inspiration for Bill Nighy's raddled expop star in Love Actually.
Officers from the UK's Child Exploitation Online Protection office had contacted police in Hong Kong to pass on intelligence about the raddled pervert.
The lank hair is that of a mad scientist, the streaky white make-up and extended red mouth the face of a raddled whore.
In your criticism, you use a lot of slang--goofy, dude, oomph, shuddery, ingratiation-free, artistic outlawry--in combination with fancy vocabulary words, such as basilisk or raddled or epicene.
Which suggests they are either incredibly stupid, raddled out of their skulls or convinced that playing
Little Edie's weird fashion sense has given the costume designer William Ivey Long an opportunity to go to town: the girdle peeping out from under a pinned-together skirt, torn panty hose, a window drape converted into a rather chic head covering, emphasizing the contours of Ebersole's round, pretty, rather raddled face.
One German described the Somme as the "muddy grave of the German Army", while at Verdun it was reckoned that they paid around 337,000 lives in return for "a piece of raddled land little larger than the combined royal parks of London".
Bjork doesn't emerge convincingly from the timbres of the strings for example, Richard Rodney Bennett simply doesn't sing very well, and on Randy Newman's Real Emotional Girl, Costello's raddled delivery is so like the composer's that it's uncomfortably like pastiche.
In life her appearance is appalling, a raddled, rash-ridden, freckled, burnt, mottled, bleached and wizened piece of decaying matter.
Whether Walser is conjuring the precocious daughter of a Berlin art dealer or imagining the German writer Heinrich von Kleist on vacation, knocking off a mock job application or meditating on women's trousers, soaring in a balloon above the things that torment him or taking "a little ramble" through the splendidly ordinary mountains, the narrator is likely to sound "a little worn out, raddled, squashed, downtrodden" ("Nervous").
The raddled cowslips of diverted energy have a vested interest in
Potiphar's raddled and snarling wife provides ample cause, apart from his well-known virtue, for Joseph's abstinence (Berlin Gemaldegalerie); although Susanna, in the picture at the Hague Mauritshuis, is all the more vulnerable and pathetic in that the Elders are spying Out the poverty of her flaccid body, her spindleshanks and heavy hips.
But the colours also set up a procession of planes revealing the spatial nature of the composition, which, the architects argue, 'is a plain rectangular volume excavated by narrow open spaces conceived as cracks in hardened sand' like the raddled cliffs of ancient alluvium that form the seaside.