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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 ?
The joke of her not being about to sing has worn thin.
But it seems likely that even with big stars and a funnier book, 42nd Street would still feel synthetic, and that down the road, when the jokes have worn thin from repetition and complete unknowns are playing Bialystock and Bloom, The Producers will still be wondrously effective.
So when an ultrasound test revealed that the tank walls were worn thin, replacing the tank would be no easy feat.
The running joke about Alan continually criticising poor defending has worn thin.
The grandiosity and bold strokes that propelled Rice's early successes (Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita) have long faded, and the adolescent goofiness and wide-eyed awe that buoyed The Lion King has worn thin.