By the roadside, or rather the sidewalk, were sitting on their bags some hardy, weather-beaten looking men.
They were a fine looking lot of men, bronzed and weather-beaten and soldierly.
Two or three of the debased, weather-beaten faces impressed themselves on his memory.
Actual tears irrigated the furrows of his weather-beaten and unwashed cheeks.
Marion studied the serious, weather-beaten faces with new interest.
The old grey house at home, quaint and weather-beaten, rose before him.
The officer was tugging at Van's arm, astonishment and black rage showing in his weather-beaten countenance.
It was a dreary, unaccustomed sort of crack in his weather-beaten face.
Old and weather-beaten it seemed, even in the distance, which lent it no enchantment in the bright morning light.
Old, weather-beaten houses they were—a dozen, perhaps, in all.