from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Weather-beaten; weather-stained.


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  • Not a breath of wind stirred the tufted grass on the dunes; down by the weather-blown bath-houses a dozen children, her own among them, were shouting and splashing in the spreading shallows.

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  • The sorting and tying up of the flowers she always left until she was sitting under the awning in front of the Broodhuis; the same awning, tawny as an autumn pear and weather-blown as an old sail, which had served to shelter Antoine M√§es from heat and rain through all the years of his life.


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