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To wear out

To consume, or render useless, by attrition or decay; as, to wear out a coat or a book.
- Chaucer.
To consume tediously.
To harass; to tire.
- Milton.
To waste the strength of; as, an old man worn out in military service.
- Dan vii. 25.

See also: Wear Wear Wear Wear

Translate To wear out to Spanish
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To walk in darkness
To walk in the flesh
To walk in the light
To walk one's chalks
To walk over
To walk the plank
To walk through the fire
To walk with God
To wash gold
To wash the hands of
To watch over
To water stock
To wear away
To wear off
To wear on
To wear one's heart upon one's sleeve
-- To wear out --
To wear the breeches
To wear weary
To weary out
To weather a point
To weather out
To weigh anchor
To weigh down
To wet one's whistle
To whack away
to what degree
to what extent
To whet on
To whip in
To whip the cat
To whistle off
To wield the scepter
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