Skip to definition.
Get the FREE one-click dictionary software for Windows or the iPhone/iPad and Android apps


Adjective: weathered  we-dhu(r)d
  1. Worn by exposure to the weather
    "a house of weathered shingles";
    - weather-beaten, weatherworn
Verb: weather  we-dhu(r)
  1. Face and withstand with courage
    "She weathered the elements";
    - endure, brave, brave out
     
  2. Cause to slope
     
  3. Sail to the windward of
     
  4. Change under the action or influence of the weather
    "A weathered old hut"

See also: worn

Type of: angle, crumble, decay, defy, dilapidate, hold, hold up, lean, sail, slant, tilt, tip, withstand

Encyclopedia: Weathered

Weather, Climate, and Society