lived-in

adjective
\ˈlivd-ˌin \

Definition of lived-in 

: 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

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1873, in the meaning defined above

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lived-in

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of lived-in

: 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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