He was weary and wayworn, for he had fled from hill to hill, and from glen to glen, fearing pursuit.
How have you heart for any tune, You with the wayworn russet shoon?
The cow-herd took the wayworn fugitive in, and gave him food and shelter.
There she found an old man, wearied and wayworn, who had lain down on some hay.
I could only hope that, in the event of our being seen, they would not attack two wayworn travellers who could not injure them.
Her face was pale, and there was in it the kind of compassion that one might imagine a spirit to feel for a wayworn mortal.
There is cold lunch in the boat, but the wayworn one shall bask in front of a fire and look upon his food when it is piping hot.
Whereby it speedily came to pass that he retained only the garments he stood in, and these soon became shabby and wayworn.
The wayworn traveller threw himself on the bed and fell asleep.
The dutiful son would gladly shorten the road for the wayworn senior, but felt himself unequal to the task.