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Dorn vs. Worn

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Dornnoun

A British ray; the thornback.

Wornadjective

damaged and shabby as a result of much use

Dornnoun

A British ray; the thornback.

Worn

p. p. of Wear.

Dorn

Dorn (German for thorn) is a German/Austrian and Dutch/Flemish surname. Notable people with the surname include: Angela Dorn-Rancke, née Dorn, German politician August T. Dorn (1849-1923), American politician Dieter Dorn (born 1935), German theatre director Dolores Dorn (born 1934), American film actor Edward John Dorn (1854-1937), United States Naval officer and Governor of Guam Ed Dorn (1929–1999), U.S. poet Earl Van Dorn (1820–1863), U.S. major general Friedrich Ernst Dorn (1848–1916), German physicist Francis E. Dorn (1911–1987), member of the United States House of Representatives George W. Dorn (1836–1891), President of the Chico Board of Trustees in 1872 Gerhard Dorn (c.

Wornadjective

affected by wear; damaged by long use;

‘worn threads on the screw’; ‘a worn suit’; ‘the worn pockets on the jacket’;

Wornadjective

showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering;

‘looking careworn as she bent over her mending’; ‘her face was drawn and haggard from sleeplessness’; ‘that raddled but still noble face’; ‘shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face’;

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