weather-beaten, weatherworn, weathered
Meaning: worn by exposure to the weather; "a house of weathered shingles"
They have weathered the storm, and may reasonably expect peace.
My Lord, I have no clothes to come to thee; My shoes are pierced and broken with the road; I am torn and weathered, wounded with the goad, And soiled with tugging at my weary load: The more I need thee!
Most of the broad summit is comparatively level and thick sown with crystals, quartz, mica, hornblende, feldspar, granite, zircon, tourmaline, etc., weathered out and strewn closely and loosely as if they had been sown broadcast.