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Definition of Toilworn
1. worn by toil [adj]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toilworn
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Literary usage of Toilworn
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1. The Odyssey by Homer (1905)
"And toilworn bright Odysseus made reply: " O child, to you a true tale tell will I. Phaeacian sailors brought me, they who give Convoy to all men who their ..."
2. Studies in English and American Literature, from Chaucer to the Present Time by Albert Newton Raub (1882)
"Hitherto his life had been poor and toilworn, but otherwise not ungenial, and, ... Purse poor, toilworn, ungenial, and unhappy. 69-71. ..."
3. The Writing on the Wall by Emma E. Hunt (1900)
"A toilworn sleeper, on his lowly cot, Dreams that a change has come o'er life's hard lot, No more he hears ... The toilworn sleeper wakens from his dream. ..."