Toy Story belonged to worn-out Woody not brand-new Buzz Lightyear.
President Dwight Eisenhower was regarded as a worn-out old soldier when he turned over the presidency to JFK in 1961.
A: [Laughs] I consider myself a conservative, you know, it's a worn-out phrase, in the Reagan tradition.
Bob Dole had the good sense to obsolesce himself, now likely joined by the worn-out Liddy Dole.
But millennials are simply rejecting the worn-out trappings and organizations of the Establishment—and quite right too.
Mars was old and worn-out and barren, dreaming itself into slow death.
No thought of brushing their worn-out, unmended boots ever entered their minds.
Would you have had me stay in them and become a worn-out old drudge before I was forty?
Tom and the worn-out stool had held together through it all.
The Malay had a moment of hesitation, and Lingard noticed the sunken eyes, the prominent ribs, and the worn-out look of the man.