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.
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  • 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.
  • She heard an angry voice swear outside the dumpster, then she heard a click and something that sounded unmistakably like dial tones on a phone.
  • Better wear out than rust out. 
  • The machine will soon wear out.
  • Machines soon wear out under rough usage.
  • In order to keep weight down, the teak decking is quite thin and harsh abrasives and repeated pressure washing will eventually wear out the teak.
  • I thought the world was my oyster, or at least my littleneck clam, but I found soon enough that the shimmering surface of unpaid drama festivals was just a thin veneer that covered a worm-ridden table beneath it, not to wear out my metaphoric welcome or anything. Me and Alfred Jarry at the 10-Minute Play Festival
  • I've had a lot of wear out of these boots - I've had them for five years.
  • Fingerprints must be submitted, and a non-relative must swear out an affidavit that the illegal alien was here before January 1, 2007.
  • Underinflated tyres, however, will cause the avoidable expenditure of untold quantities of sweat, and soft tyres wear out more rapidly. Times, Sunday Times
  • Better wear out shoes than sheets. 
  • You'll get years of wear out of that coat.
  • I 'sharpen' my hunting knife with a Lansky stone set but I don't with my butcher knives, they're just too long bladed and wear out the stones. More on Plaxico and Christmas
  • This second line is a collection of women's ready-to-wear outfits but more luxurious.
  • The machine will soon wear out.
  • Machines soon wear out under rough usage.
  • The effect of the continuous attacks has been to wear out his troops.
  • A leash also lets you control the pace so your dog doesn't sprint ahead at the beginning and wear out.
  • Hopefully Elaine's diaphragm is still in good shape, although she may want to cut back a bit on unnecessary usage so it doesn't wear out before the new ones are available. Need a Diaphragm? Good Luck with That.
  • These are great, clumping, virtuous blocks of stiff leather with bulbous reinforced toecaps, designed never to wear out.
  • Cheap shoes soon wear out.
  • Ditch your old pair when the tread or heel wear out, and invest in shoes that offer the best support.
  • The machine will soon wear out.
  • Better wear out than rust out. 
  • It is better to wear out than to rust out. 
  • Wear out his team by February and hope they have already amassed enough points to stave off relegation? Times, Sunday Times
  • Among the auto parts that wear out fast or gets frequently damaged are the body panels and other exterior parts such as the bumper, the door, the tailgate, and the wheels, including the tires.
  • Get extra wear out of a kimono dress by teaming it with cropped trousers when bare legs no longer feel doable. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a part of growing up and I am sure all of us have been fed on stories of ghosts, monsters and fairies when we were children, but as we mature into adults, these beliefs will definitely wear out.
  • Tubes wear out every year or so: They become distended, or they spring leaks.
  • I heard myself swear out loud.
  • It is a position anciently known, and modern experience hath allowed it for a sad truth, that absence and time, -- like cold weather, and an unnatural dormition -- will blast and wear out of memory the most endearing obligations; and hence it was that some politicians in love have looked upon the former of these two as a main remedy against the fondness of that passion. Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II
  • You should get years of wear out of that carpet.
  • Contrary to what the public think, the royals do wear outfits more than once. Times, Sunday Times
  • Clothing seems to wear out in no time nowadays.
  • Better wear out shoes than sheets. 
  • Miller lists cardio as one of his strengths, and Danzig is a vegan, so I wonder if he'll try to wear out PETA-boy? Archive 2009-07-05
  • Clothing seems to wear out in no time nowadays.
  • You cannot wear out a deck to the extent that you need a new one without once ollieing.
  • The seaman is lost but a passenger named Dorety upbraids Cullen and threatens to swear out a warrant for the captain's arrest in San Francisco and charge Cullen with murder. “Day had broken cold and gray, exceedingly cold and gray, . . . .”
  • The burden of proof is overwhelmingly on the cancer-cluster-claimers, and oil companies customarily wear out plaintiffs 'attorneys' funds in extenuated litigation. Sheila Weller: Beverly High, Oil Wells, Power Plants, Cancer: Disproven? Not So Fast
  • Worn-out soles will wear out your knees: replace them or pick up a new pair of kicks.
  • Once it begins to wear out it is no longer sanding, but polishing, which will close the grain again.
  • Get extra wear out of a kimono dress by teaming it with cropped trousers when bare legs no longer feel doable. Times, Sunday Times
  • His mother's restrained manner, in addition to decreased work hours, wear out and depress Paul so much that he suffers greatly.
  • We disturb wildlife, pollute air, drop litter and literally wear out the footpaths.
  • There are no moving parts, so the device is largely shockproof and does not wear out.
  • It makes no sense in a machine world to limit the functionality of perfect components so that imperfect components don't wear out or break - certainly not if you can replace them.
  • Contrary to what the public think, the royals do wear outfits more than once. Times, Sunday Times
  • Previously, marshals have said that federal dress codes had forced them to wear outfits that made them stand out from regular airline passengers.
  • Electricity supply is endless and there are no bowling arms to wear out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wear out his team by February and hope they have already amassed enough points to stave off relegation? Times, Sunday Times
  • You should get years of wear out of that carpet.
  • We should assume that things we build will wear out faster than we hope, and that we will make goofs.
  • In the months after they've wintered at Fort Mandan, their European clothing is starting to wear out and they are transitioning to buckskins.
  • Wear out his team by February and hope they have already amassed enough points to stave off relegation? Times, Sunday Times
  • The crows are great as harbingers of spring but wear out their welcome quickly by shamelessly eating songbird eggs and cawing endlessly about absolutely nothing on the oaks surrounding my yard.
  • The venerable Leith-based firm, best known for its Highland dress, kilts and tartans, boosted sales by around £4m from its pool of more than 80 menswear outlets in Japanese department stores last year.
  • It is better to wear out than to rust out. 
  • The machine will soon wear out.
  • The long list of occupations which you call 'repose' is enough to wear out any constitution, even one which is so admirably knit as yours. The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton
  • The show featured both menswear and womenswear, but next season's womenswear outshines menswear!
  • Passive systems are less effective and, although they have no moving parts to wear out, may still go wrong: airbricks blocked by vegetation, for example.
  • The show featured both menswear and womenswear, but next season's womenswear outshines menswear!
  • Maybe it's true that life begins at fifty. But everything else starts to wear out, fall out, or spread out. Phyllis Diller 
  • Smart designer wear outlets and delightful cafes rub elegant shoulders with souvenir shops.
  • The hydraulic power-steering pump is driven by the engine via a rubber belt that over time will wear out and become shiny.
  • Maybe it's true that life begins at fifty. But everything else starts to wear out, fall out, or spread out. Phyllis Diller 
  • The facet joints (small stabilizing joints between and behind adjacent vertebrae) may become misaligned and eventually wear out with age.
  • When my shoes wear out I go to Wally's Shoe Shop to get them re - soled.
  • But instead of moving on to a new pair when they wear out, they have them resoled.
  • Wear out his team by February and hope they have already amassed enough points to stave off relegation? Times, Sunday Times
  • Maybe it's true that life begins at fifty. But everything else starts to wear out, fall out, or spread out. Phyllis Diller 
  • Electricity supply is endless and there are no bowling arms to wear out. Times, Sunday Times
  • He likes to wear outlandish clothes and change his eccentric hairstyles. The Sun
  • Then, if you put on the other wheel and rode it awhile, that chain would wear out some cogs on that wheel as well.
  • My hijab, the head covering many Muslim women like myself wear out in public, had caught her attention.
  • Better wear out than rust out. 
  • Better wear out shoes than sheets. 
  • On a long cruise the courtesy ensigns can cost more than the charts and wear out quicker.
  • Breakfast, a leisurely weighing and measuring of the climatic, picturesque and health-mending conditions, and the writing of a letter or two helped him wear out the forenoon; but after luncheon the time dragged dispiteously, and he was glad enough when the auto-car came to take him to the station for the evening train. The Grafters
  • The steam engine uses coal, the producer requires English anthracite, which is dearer; the gas motor uses a great deal of water and a great deal of oil, which cost money; and gas motors are dear, while gas producers and their adjuncts cost a tidy bit of money, and wear out pretty fast. Scientific American Supplement, No. 799, April 25, 1891
  • Wear out his team by February and hope they have already amassed enough points to stave off relegation? Times, Sunday Times
  • Cheap shoes soon wear out.
  • When my shoes wear out I go to Wally's Shoe Shop to get them re - soled.
  • I am on nodding terms with a meditative turncock who lingers in one of them, and whom I suspect of a turn for poetry; the rather as he looks out of temper when he gives the fire-plug a disparaging wrench with that large tuning-fork of his which would wear out the shoulder of his coat, but for a precautionary piece of inlaid leather. The Uncommercial Traveller
  • Electricity supply is endless and there are no bowling arms to wear out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Helicopters have many more moving parts, and they vibrate more than fixed-wing aircraft, so parts wear out faster.
  • You do it in several passes cutting an inch or so with each pass; otherwise you can wear out shims prematurely.
  • Firstly I thought I would get a tattoo but figured that the repeated shaving or waxing required to showcase the picture might wear out the tat.
  • You'll get more wear out of a hat if you choose one in a neutral colour.
  • Many, like asses that wear out their time for provender, are so buried in the minor and immediate tasks of earning a living as to get confounded promptly and permanently with the victims of commercial ­ambition, whence it comes to pass that, slily and ­insensibly perverted, nerves frayed and brains dulled, they take to books as sick souls take to drugs. Notable & Quotable
  • Just promise not to wear out your smeller at L'Artisan like I suspect Ina has done, I can't have both of my favorite blogs go all squirely on me! Perfume Review: Guerlain Spiritueuse Double Vanille...and a Double Birthday...
  • As we pass a couple of girl guests clad in complete colour-coordinated beachwear outfits, they whisper about us.
  • What's worse, the Storm2's implementation requires a surprising amount of effort to actuate, meaning that long messages were a chore to type out -- not only do they wear out your fingers, but it gets old hearing the screen's loud "thunk" each and every time you type a letter, which we find considerably more noticeable than the traditional click of a physical QWERTY keyboard. Engadget
  • Wear out his team by February and hope they have already amassed enough points to stave off relegation? Times, Sunday Times
  • And therefore the Stoics could not but think that the fiery principle would wear out all the rest, and at last make an end of the world, which notwithstanding without such a lingering period the Creator may effect at his pleasure: and to make an end of all things on earth, and our planetical system of the world, he need but put out the sun. Letter to a Friend
  • The effect of the continuous attacks has been to wear out his troops.
  • He has made a habit of being caught on camera the worse for wear outside London hot spots in the early hours and has also admitted using cocaine.
  • The crows are great as harbingers of spring but wear out their welcome quickly by shamelessly eating songbird eggs and cawing endlessly about absolutely nothing on the oaks surrounding my yard.
  • Machines soon wear out under rough usage.
  • Then they were paraded around onstage in their new resort-wear outfits, braless and sagging. Portrait in Blue, by Gabriel Nicolet, 1856-1921
  • The semi-professional rugby player expects to wear out 18 pairs of trainers. Times, Sunday Times
  • When her many kantha-stitch blankets wear out, she recycles them into cushions. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also, overages must be built into supply estimates because there is always a need for a large reserve of items that wear out quickly, such as boots, jackets, and gloves.

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