careworn


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pale and exhausted, as because of worry or sleeplessness

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showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering

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Through the support of her careworn mother, introverted father, and fiery best friend (the girls patch up their relationship), Shabnam learns the importance of staying true to herself.
Five of Jennings' six hundreds have come at Emirates Riverside, underlining the improvement in pitches, and this third-day surface had the visitors looking careworn by lunchtime.
Lee agrees: Jose embodies the careworn yet resilient matriarch with naturalistic grace [while her screen husband] Julio Diaz is [an] effective foil.
It must be that careworn expression the comedian, actor and science geek wears so well.
Fleeing the Dark Side's acolytes, they commandeer a careworn spaceship called the Millennium Falcon, which leads them to the ship's legendary original crew, a whining Wookie called Chewbacca and a fast-talking smuggler called Han Solo (Harrison Ford).
The Huyton Poet NATURE table in classroom, offerings on Oak leaves, pine cones, flowers in bright among these is a sad little wilting nosegay Behind the nature table stands The teacher sad and careworn Picking at her necklace Noisy children; claustrophobic room She's wilting in the heat Tired, filled with gloom Nosegay almost dead; teacher lonely, sad.
They commandeer the careworn Millennium Falcon, leading them to Chewbacca and Han Solo.
Braga cut a careworn figure as his beleaguered side tossed away a 2-0 half-time lead to leave them seven points behind the leaders and defending champions Al Ain.
Dr Phil Stone, chairman of the Richard III Society, says: "It's an interesting face, younger and fuller than we have been used to seeing, less careworn.
held out the same rough dowry, promised his careworn kingdom,
When they took their original images, the statues around town and in the Happy Valley park area were somewhat careworn.
"It's an interesting face, younger and fuller than we have been used to seeing, less careworn, and with the hint of a smile," said Phil Stone, chairman of the Richard III Society.
Displayed alongside Soft City Animation, 2010, ensconced in thick black display cases, were the 154 careworn pages of Pushwagner's epic 1969-75 graphic novel of the same name, from which the film was adapted.
Nodding her head as she read this and that, I studied her careworn face as I patiently sat.
It is exactly a year since Mr Miliband picked up the Labour reins from a battered, careworn and weary Gordon Brown.