wayworn

[wey-wawrn, -wohrn]
adjective
worn or wearied by travel: She was wayworn after the long trip.

Origin:
1770–80; way1 + worn

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wayworn (ˈweɪˌwɔːn)
 
adj
rare worn or tired by travel: footsore and wayworn

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They are wayworn by the travel that goes by and over them, without traveling themselves.
They are wayworn by the travel that goes by and over them, without traveling themselves.
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