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weather-beaten

[ weth-er-beet-n ]
/ ˈwɛð ərˌbit n /
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adjective
bearing evidences of wear or damage as a result of exposure to the weather.
tanned, hardened, or otherwise affected by exposure to weather: a weather-beaten face.
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Origin of weather-beaten

First recorded in 1520–30
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British Dictionary definitions for weather-beaten

weather-beaten

adjective
showing signs of exposure to the weather
tanned or hardened by exposure to the weather
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