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Synonyms for wear

be dressed in

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deteriorate

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last

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wear down

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wear off: subside

wear off: rub away

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wear on

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wear out

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wear someone down

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wear something down

wear something out

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wear well

Synonyms for wear

to consume gradually, as by chemical reaction or friction

to diminish the strength and energy of

wear away: to consume gradually, as by chemical reaction or friction

wear down: to diminish the strength and energy of

wear out: to make extremely tired

wear out: to diminish the strength and energy of

Synonyms for wear

impairment resulting from long use

the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment

be dressed in

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have on one's person

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have in one's aspect

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deteriorate through use or stress

have or show an appearance of

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last and be usable

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put clothing on one's body

References in periodicals archive ?
This curve get by a plotting of wear function W=f(t), has an inflexion point at maxim wear in working, it's complicate used in practice, liked better a line equation of form [W.
Only in the regions of abrupt change in flow direction did the coating wear to the bare mold, i.
Now Rachida wore long dresses and a hijab, but I did not see her as an oppressed woman, because she had freely chosen to wear them.
Even with the very best lubrication techniques, the bushing will wear out and need to be replaced at some point.
Battista: "There may be a misconception that only weekend warriors or part time athletes wear our loose fitting HeatGear, but the fact of the matter is we're seeing growth across the board in our core LooseGear offerings, our Streaker collection, and in our Tech T program which is comprised of fabrics that look like cotton, feel like cotton, but perform like Under Armour.
This is also the reason many parishes and schools have their candidates for First Communion or Confirmation wear robes of some kind.
Abrasive wear is material removal by hard particles that have embedded themselves into a soft surface and plow grooves into the opposing softer surface.
Screw and barrel wear can be determined so that diminishing production rates can be flattened out.
While NHTSA makes much of increased fatalities after states stop forcing adults to wear helmets, some of the additional deaths may be due to increased riding.
No matter how hard the alloy, shredder wear parts are quickly worn down, especially the hammers.
This associative link between Lee and Robinson would become more concrete in Do the Right Thing, when Lee, as Mookie, would wear a Robinson jersey throughout most of the film.
The best things about my Alphas by Bloch are that they are consistent and comfortable, and I like the way they look on my feet, which are big (I wear size 9 1/2 men's street shoe) and wide.
T157 and T157I track shoes have several critical wear areas:
Voith Fabrics sales/service representative Mike Garrick also suggested a roll surface analyzer and noted that digital cameras are especially useful for comparing wear from shutdown to shutdown.