worn (adj.) Old form(s): worne
worn out, exhausted, spent
2H6 II.iv.69[Gloucester to Duchess] These few days' wonder will be quickly worn
Cor III.i.6.2[Cominius to Coriolanus, of the Volsces] They are worn ... so / That we shall hardly in our ages see / Their banners wave again
TN II.iv.34[Orsino to Viola as Cesario] Our fancies are ... / More longing, wavering, sooner lost and worn, / Than women's are
WT V.i.141[Florizel to Leontes] infirmity, / Which waits upon worn times [i.e. old age]
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