well-worn


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showing signs of much wear or use

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"If you wear a rigid dark jean, your top can be more homespun or well-worn," Gabrielle swears.
HEALTH and safety gone mad is a well-worn phrase but one that continually keeps resurfacing.
It is a well-worn argument that the sport's hierarchy would do well to reorganise the racing calendar.
'Horses for courses' is a well-worn cliche in racing circles - but it is nonetheless a significant guideline when assessing form lines on the Westwood.
At this point in time, to use a well-worn Nixon era phrase, it's not clear whether John Lynch will run for an unprecedented fourth term as New Hampshire governor.
I can remember him keeping a selection of different sized well-worn plimsolls that he would use very effectively on our bottoms.
WITH all the excitement of Cardiff City being in the cup final after 81 years, I recall that in the Old Library, at the top of the well-worn stairs leading to the reference section, there was a painting of Cardiff City in the 1927 FA Cup final.
DIRECTOR Todd Holland ignores the well-worn advice about never working with animals and children to craft this gentle comedy for the whole family.
Turns out that both men and women pretty much live up to well-worn stereotypes.
Home refinancings have been a well-worn option for consumers to leverage spending money--but are dependent on a healthy housing market.
Juvert takes well-worn conventions--Gypsies and pirates and witches, oh my!--and spins them into something fresh and new.
It is a well-worn excuse that has been the bane of commuters for many a year.
The court vacated the Division's decision and cancelled the deficiency notice, based primarily on the well-worn doctrine of estoppel.
If secularists are disappointed with the present course of their democracy, maybe they should sever their safe and antiseptic dependence upon intellectual and governmental institutions, drop the hyperbole, and--perish the thought--pinch a page or two from Christian evangelism's well-worn and sweat-soaked handbook: save the condescending smirks, hit the pavement, knock on some doors, and enter the fray.
As its trainees, or apprentices as they came to be known, gave new life to well-worn furniture, they would develop the life skills needed to get and keep a job and the spiritual growth to sustain a purpose-driven life.