lived–in

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adjective \ˈlivd-ˌin\

Definition of lived–in

  1. :  of or suggesting long-term human habitation or use <a comfortable lived–in room>; also :  showing the effects of age or experience <a lived–in voice>

1873

First Known Use of lived–in

1873


LIVED–IN Defined for English Language Learners

lived–in

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adjective \ˈlivd-ˌin\

Definition of lived–in for English Language Learners

  • : having a comfortable and appealing appearance or quality that comes from being used for a long time

  • : showing the effects of age


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