- v face and withstand with courage
- v cause to slope
- v sail to the windward of
- v change under the action or influence of the weather
A weathered old hut
- s worn by exposure to the weather
a house of weathered shingles
- As King Gyanendra prepares to depart from the Nepalese royal palace, PTI takes a look at how other former and wannabe Monarchs have weathered the loss of their crowns.
- Beside the pool is an ultra-contemporary pavilion with weathered-steel spiral staircase, leather sofas, library, espresso and ice machines, sauna and steam room.
- Accounting scandals in recent years have cost Fannie Mae hundreds of millions of dollars, but it has weathered these storms, in part due to its close relationship with Washington.
News & Articles
- Hermann era begins at Rutgers
Julie Hermann appears to have weathered a tumultuous three-week period and widespread calls for her to step aside as Rutgers University’s incoming athletic director over allegations that she abused volleyball players as a coach in the mid-1990s, in part by standing firm and courting some of the university’s most generous sports boosters.
June 17, 2013 - The Record
- Bulletin thumbs down, thumbs up
A bare wall was exposed in 2011 when the old homeless shelter was demolished between Sixth and Fifth streets on Jeffers St. The stained and weathered bare wall is the most obvious thing about downtown North Platte for southbound U.S. 83 travelers as they cross the Jeffers St. overpass.
June 17, 2013 - North Platte Bulletin
WARREN - Despite increased indications of an improving steel market, the future for a worn and weathered Warren mill may be dim, one expert on the industry said last week.
June 16, 2013 - Tribune Chronicle
- Jacques Rogge in 940 News
It is a crisis, there is no doubt about that,Rogge said. "But the IOC has weathered many bigger storms."
- Helen Mirren in Forbes
She's had her feet planted firmly on the ground, her hat on her head, her handbag on her arm and she's weathered many many storms. ...... If it wasn't for her, I most certainly wouldn't be be here. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the queen,...
- Paul Otellini in New York Times
Intel has weathered difficult times in the past, and we know what needs to be done to drive our success moving forward,Paul S. Otellini, chief executive at Intel, said in a statement.