timeworn

Shabby vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

shabby | timeworn |


As adjectives the difference between shabby and timeworn

is that shabby is torn or worn; poor; mean; ragged while timeworn is showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Threadbare vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

threadbare | timeworn |


As adjectives the difference between threadbare and timeworn

is that threadbare is (of cloth) shabby, frayed and worn to an extent that warp threads show while timeworn is showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Timeworn vs Timework - What's the difference?

timeworn | timework |


As an adjective timeworn

is showing the effects of wear due to long use.

As a noun timework is

work that is paid at a certain rate per unit of time.

Taxonomy vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

taxonomy | timeworn |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective timeworn is

showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Overused vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

overused | timeworn |


As adjectives the difference between overused and timeworn

is that overused is used too much, or too often while timeworn is showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Banal vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

banal | timeworn |


As adjectives the difference between banal and timeworn

is that banal is common in a boring way, to the point of being predictable; containing nothing new or fresh while timeworn is showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Trite vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

trite | timeworn |


As adjectives the difference between trite and timeworn

is that trite is worn out; hackneyed; used so many times that it is no longer interesting or effective (often in reference to a word or phrase) while timeworn is showing the effects of wear due to long use.

As a noun trite

is a denomination of coinage in ancient greece equivalent to one third of a stater.

Use vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

use | timeworn |


As a noun use

is the act of using.

As a verb use

is (archaic) to accustom; to habituate.

As an adjective timeworn is

showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Wear vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

wear | timeworn |


As a verb wear

is to guard; watch; keep watch, especially from entry or invasion or wear can be to carry or have equipped on or about one's body, as an item of clothing, equipment, decoration, etc.

As a noun wear

is (uncountable) (in combination ) clothing.

As an adjective timeworn is

showing the effects of wear due to long use.

Effect vs Timeworn - What's the difference?

effect | timeworn |


As a noun effect

is the result or outcome of a cause see below .

As a verb effect

is to make or bring about; to implement.

As an adjective timeworn is

showing the effects of wear due to long use.

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