His countenance was careworn; and when he commenced his exordium, his voice was slightly cracked and tremulous.
His clothes were travel stained, and he appeared haggard and careworn.
It was thin, however, and careworn, and wore an expression that seemed to be the result of long-continued suffering.
His face was thin and careworn, and his eyes had an uncertain, restless look in them.
Soon a face appeared upon the plate; the keen, but careworn face of Virgil Samms!
All could not help but notice that he looked a trifle pale and careworn.
Stephen had looked haggard and careworn from the first, but as weeks passed on he seemed to get worse.
From her deck disembarked a hundred and one careworn exiles.
It is all quite right in after-years to be careworn and sad.
His father seemed older, much older; tired, careworn, worried.