Examples of tattered in a Sentence
a pile of old tattered books
arrived at the refugee camp tattered and exhausted
Recent Examples of tattered from the Web
When staring sadly at your tattered shoes, spend more time focused on the stars.
The Costume Institute’s conservator, Glenn Petersen, was presented with the challenge of updating the condition of the small dancer’s tutu, which curators thought looked tattered and dirty after all these years.
Boosters see a chance to wave their party’s free-trade battleflag, a little tattered just now, and to reward the land of Churchill and Thatcher for shedding the shackles of a bossy and socialist Europe.
The tomes are often outdated, tattered and missing pages.
Gone but no where near forgotten is the girl-woman Goddess of Grunge in her too small tattered dresses, the little girl barrette in her messy, scattered hair and beaten up brocade 1960’s evening shoes.
The Moore High School sophomore even brought one of her textbooks for show-and-tell: a tattered 12-year-old history book held together by masking tape.
Experts in Australia have found the tattered remains of an ancient priestess in a 2,500-year-old Egyptian coffin that was long thought to be empty.
Where old surface fish get tattered fins, hunchbacks, and sunken skin, the cavefish remain pretty as ever.
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First Known Use of tattered
TATTERED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tattered for English Language Learners
: old and torn
TATTERED Defined for Kids
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