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Spell check of worn

Correct spelling: worn

tapped out, scraped, shabby, scoured, wrapped, rubbed, age-old, ran down, aged, seedy, prostrate, put on, faltering, wore out, jaded, abraded, all in, thumbed, feeble, worn-out, run-down, pinched, disturbed, tatterdemalion, used, bleary, half-hearted, wore down, irritated, cadaverous, languid, well-worn, creaky, knackered, torn, mangy, indistinct, faint-hearted, wormy, weatherworn, antediluvian, enervated, scrubbed, woebegone, wiped out, hollow-eyed, attrited, done, chafed, flagged, worm-eaten, worn down, ancestor, clapped out, washed-out, tuckered, senior, done in, fretted, fresh, waterworn, fatigued, moth-eaten, elderly, frayed, haggard, beat, weak, tired, raddled, dead, dog-eared, scruffy, old, wan, attired, exhibited, ratty, accoutered, faded, exhausted, clothed, irresolute, eroded, new, emaciated, flea-bitten, skeletal, decrepit, dim, dressed, aweary, aging, garbed, faint, antiquated, geriatric, outfitted, pooped, elder, venerable, threadbare, tattered, mangey, bony, harassed, limp, beaten, gaunt, bushed, drained, battered, weathered, robed, wasted, antiquity, whole, clad, arrayed, grated, ageing, burned-out, drawn, shopworn, careworn, secondhand, timid, spent, logy, displayed, impaired, vermiculate, frazzled, aggravated, ancient, wore, shopsoiled, antique, wearied, purposeless, played out, listless, ground, resisted, costumed, rasped, ragged, weather-beaten, ill-defined, tatty, eared.

fresh, active, unworn, hearty, weariless, invigorated, strengthened, vigorous, energetic, tireless, sturdy, new, revitalized, relaxed, resolute, brilliant, bright, vitalized, conspicuous, unweathered, rested, unwearied, peppy, refreshed, strong, rejuvenated, clear, daring.

Examples of usage:

1) Athena was dressed in the purple gown she had worn the night Lingard had first come to Rede Place. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

2) The cause of this sudden exclamation was a young woman in a well- worn blue suit who was coming across the street directly ahead of them. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

3) He felt weary and old and worn. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.