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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 ?
They also said that the rear brakes were worn down to almost nothing and were making a mark on the rotors.
This means that they need to eat grass or hay constantly to ensure they are worn down.
Examples include a boiler that is malfunctioning and requires servicing, or a bearing that is worn down and needs replacement before a total loss occurs.
If a portion on the die is worn down, only that portion would have to be replaced, not the entire die itself.
The fuzzy grays of his image of a speeding white car and the violent reds of his depiction of a siren in jean shorts leaning back on a bed point to a use of color that is at once rigidly disciplined and richly evocative, worn down to the bare essentials.
WELSH MotoGP sensation Chaz Davies was delighted to collect three championship points after the grip of his rear tyre was worn down in Spain.
In the 1999 accident report, the hub was said to have worn down by up to 0.
Gabi has lost hope, worn down by caring for a fatally ill mother, an elderly grandfather, and her younger brother, who's hanging out with gangs--in fact, Gabi is now addicted to drugs, and Spoon must help her to get help.
All the cliches of the form are on display in "Plague in the Heartland," worn down every bit as smooth as the teeth of a longtime meth fiend.
Edward de Bono, the Father of lateral thinking, believes that because the world is too much with us, when we attempt to do some creative thinking there is a tendency For us to be so deeply within the ruts that we have worn down through our daily living that we often can't manage to see beyond the walls of our own devising.
STUART MURDOCH has been gradually worn down by the situation.
Also, why were this man's teeth worn down nearly to the gum line?
THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND HAS patched together a rescue package worth up to US$40 billion for Argentina--a relief for investors who feared the country would default on its $123 billion in foreign debt but a sacrifice for Argentines worn down by austerity programs.
Monitor tread wear and replace tires when tire tread is worn down to 1/16 of an inch.
04 in the novice hurdle at Newton Abbot, but he was worn down on the run-in by Byron Flyer.