time worn

See: antique
References in classic literature ?
Upon which, that young lady, feeling much harassed in her mind, and having for the time worn out the wish with which she generally relieved it, conceived and executed the brilliant idea of wishing Old Nandy dead, rather than that he should come bothering there like a disgusting, tiresome, wicked wretch, and making mischief between two sisters.
The limited surf potential in the Midlands explains the lack of time worn.
The 26-year-old American pop diva had at that time worn a traditional Thai headdress and a bikini and sat on a motorcycle with a Thai flag tied to it.
The time worn RAF service maxim "Extract the digit" surely applies.
When I started at work, the then 'old timers' were the last ones to don a bowler hat, and there was even a brown one seen from time to time worn by a certain surveyor.
For example, she has had to convince some clients not to replace time worn but charming things like antique wooden baskets with store-bought plastics.