pre-distressed

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pre-distressed

  1. (figuratively, colloquial) already distressed before purchase, artificially made to look worn and old (usually applied to clothes or furniture)
    • 2004: a new pre-distressed J.Crew cap — The New Yorker, 30 August 2004, p.38