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Synonyms for tear

Synonyms for tear

to separate or pull apart by force

to remove from a fixed position

tear down: to pull down or break up so that reconstruction is impossible

tear down: to make defamatory statements about

a hole made by tearing

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a drop of the clear liquid secreted by the glands of the eyes

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to fill with tears

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Synonyms for tear

a drop of the clear salty saline solution secreted by the lacrimal glands

an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart

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an occasion for excessive eating or drinking

the act of tearing

to separate or be separated by force

strip of feathers

fill with tears or shed tears

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were called Wythenshawe c e to later by medics Dozens their Rose's Facebook night: Rose, out to loved ones." Deborah Bolan"Mine, my family and friends' world has been torn apart by the loss of our beautiful Ella-Rose.
Some how I don't believe that being torn apart by a pack of dogs is all that humane.
Stander, who was the fourth witness called by the defense as the trial resumed after a two-week recess and moved into its seventh week, said that Pistorius was 'crying and was in pain', adding that the double-amputee Olympian was 'asking God to help him as he was torn apart, broken, desperate, pleading'.
Torn Apart is off Reincarnated - the 12th studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, and the first under his Rasta moniker Snoop Lion.
Everything we carefully built in 2011 has been torn apart."
TYRRELL Josephine Nanakins, it's one year since God took you, my world got torn apart, you were a mother to me, I love and miss you with all my heart.
A MIDLAND family has been "torn apart" after a son was convicted of taking credit cards to steal cash from his stepmum - at his own dad's funeral.
Summary: Tottenham's Champions League dream looks all but over after they were torn apart by Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
ONE MORE SCAR What's one more scar on my broken heart When it's been torn apart so many times before By people who said that they loved me But then turned around and said goodbye Then left me all alone to slowly die On this war torn world of ours What's one more scar on my now broken heart For I now walk through this cold and lonely world Without the one I love by my side For she now lies in the arms of another man On a beach far across the seas So what's one more scar on my now broken heart When in a very short while It may no longer be alive Because the angel of my life Will never be coming home to me.
<![CDATA[ The boycott of Israel is torn apart in the Italian press by this bright and courageous Member of Parliament.
A WOMAN harassed by an ex-partner said she felt as if her life had been torn apart, Cardiff Crown Court has heard.
KERRY Katona's marriage is being torn apart by constant bickering and screaming matches, her mother-in-law has revealed.
Showbusiness is full of cokeheads who preach about starving children, yet every time they take a line, they are contributing the ruination of the countries like Africa and Colombia, torn apart by the drugs trade.
Williams' comments are reflected in the high levels of clinical depression now commonly seen in school-aged children, much of it caused by a materialistic, appetite-driven culture in which children are starved of love and attention--literally--and torn apart by divorce.