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roadworn

Terms vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

terms | roadworn |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective roadworn is

worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Roadwork vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

roadwork | roadworn |


As a noun roadwork

is the construction or maintenance done to roads.

As an adjective roadworn is

worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Wayworn vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

wayworn | roadworn | see also |

Wayworn is a see also of roadworn.


As adjectives the difference between wayworn and roadworn

is that wayworn is weary from travelling while roadworn is worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Exertion vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

exertion | roadworn |


As a noun exertion

is an expenditure of physical or mental effort.

As an adjective roadworn is

worn out by long travel on roads, or in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Usage vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

usage | roadworn |


As adjectives the difference between usage and roadworn

is that usage is used while roadworn is worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Prolonged vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

prolonged | roadworn |


As adjectives the difference between prolonged and roadworn

is that prolonged is lengthy in duration; extended; protracted while roadworn is worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

As a verb prolonged

is (prolong).

Constant vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

constant | roadworn |


As a proper noun constant

is .

As an adjective roadworn is

worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Depleted vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

depleted | roadworn |


As adjectives the difference between depleted and roadworn

is that depleted is used up, expended; of which nothing is left while roadworn is worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

As a verb depleted

is (deplete).

Damaged vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

damaged | roadworn |


As a verb damaged

is (damage).

As an adjective roadworn is

worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.

Road vs Roadworn - What's the difference?

road | roadworn |


As a noun road

is (obsolete) the act of riding on horseback.

As an adjective roadworn is

worn out by long travel on roads, or (figurative) in a damaged or depleted state due to constant or prolonged usage or exertion.