lived-in

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lived-in

  1. Looking like someone currently lives there or has lived there, not pristine, not new
  2. (euphemistic) Looking sloppily kept.
  3. (Of a dramatic performance) fully-realized, well-observed.
    • 2012, January 24. Richard Brody, "A Better Nomination", The New Yorker.
      "Pitt's performance is lived-in, exhuberant, hearty [...]"

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