Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fatigued and disheveled by traveling.
- adj. tired by travel
“Popular woodcuts and prints represented the wandering Jew with a walking stick, travel-worn, bearded, and poor.”
“They arrived here muddy, travel-worn, and exhausted, having moved faster than word of their approach could have been sent.”
“He was badly travel-worn when he got food from the Swedish missionary on Golovin Bay and asked the way south.”
“His green gaze, framed by thick black lashes, flicked across her, and Mary was painfully aware of how travel-worn she must appear.”
“As a boy, he regularly watched the steamboats threshing into view, offloading knots of travel-worn passengers whose dreams were bundled, along with their belongings, into a few threadbare carpetbags.”
“A man in dirty, travel-worn clothes stood there, panting with fatigue.”
“I held my staff in my left hand and rested my right on the travel-worn bag slung over my shoulder.”
“Silence had returned, thin and travel-worn, but smiling and no longer silent.”
“Even in such a travel-worn place as Paris he manages to find the guy who's making absinthe from 19th century equipment.”
“Meanwhile the four women were stripping Regapisk of his travel-worn clothing and draping him in finespun, marvelously decorated kilts and robes.”
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