Definition of Wayworn:
- "Stories from Pentamerone", Giambattista Basile.
The Dean noticed the strains of gray in his curly hair, and that aspect, as of something withered and wayworn, which had invaded the man's whole personality, balanced, indeed, by an intellectual dignity and distinction which had never been so commanding.- "The Marriage of William Ashe", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
He, who but a few years before had entered the city of Barcelona in triumph, attended by the nobility and chivalry of Spain, and hailed with rapture by the multitude, now arrived within the gates of Segovia, a wayworn, melancholy, and neglected man; oppressed more by sorrow than even by his years and infirmities.- "The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II)", Washington Irving.