Age brings caution and a lot of shop-worn experience, purchased at the highest market price.
I could now see that her face was the color of a shop-worn lemon.
There is everything in this soup, from shop-worn rice up to neat's-foot oil.
As for those suggestions that the answer is higher taxes, the American people have repeatedly rejected that shop-worn advice.
And beauty without brains isn't real beauty at all, but a sad, shop-worn, tear-wringing imitation.
He turned it over and over, studying its exterior, while the boy went to look at the shop-worn brown bear.
But if the shop-worn phrase "human document" can ever be fittingly applied, no better instance can be found than this.
They feel like a bunch of shop-worn lower-case ciphers just ready to be edited into the hell-box.
But nine times in ten it is some dog's-eared, shop-worn quotation from one of the "standard" bards, usually Shakspere.
This superiority is only the more vividly revealed by the shop-worn shoddiness of most of his materials.