wear out

VERB
  1. deteriorate through use or stress
    The constant friction wore out the cloth
  2. exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
    We wore ourselves out on this hike
  3. go to pieces
    The gears wore out
    The old chair finally fell apart completely
    The lawn mower finally broke
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How To Use wear out In A Sentence

  • Baby and Infant Products, Flap Hats, Swim Diapers, Swimwear Outwear, Sleeping Bags.
  • Open pores are more affected by rubbing or abrasion, causing these fabrics to wear out sooner.
  • Machines soon wear out under rough usage.
  • Baby and Infant Products, Flap Hats, Swim Diapers, Swimwear Outwear, Sleeping Bags.
  • Some people bowl because it gives them a license to go out, have a drink, wear outlandish clothes, and yell.
  • For those drivers who slip the clutch frequently, yours will wear out quicker than a driver that does not slip the clutch.
  • It is better to wear out than to rust out. 
  • Better wear out than rust out. 
  • The effect of the continuous attacks has been to wear out his troops.
  • The flow of the stream is not sufficiently strong to wear out a channel having definitely well-marked sides.
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