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Past tense for to rip or pull something into pieces with force
“Grabbing the notes from the bed, she began to tear them into small pieces.”
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Past tense for to split or pull something apart with force
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“Take this scroll. If he is unwilling to submit, then tear the scroll apart and let him see what true strength truly is.”
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Past tense for to wear away or cause damage through applied friction
“Narrow, loosely stitched seams pull out easily or may tear with wear or washing.”
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Past tense for to cut or lacerate with something sharp
“Sharp and pointed canines of tigers help them tear the flesh of their prey.”
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Past tense for to make a hole or split in something by snagging it on something else
“Be careful not to tear the plastic or break the aluminum strip.”
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Past tense for to grab or remove by pulling forcefully
“She was clutching a parcel very tightly as if she was afraid the wind would tear it out of her hands.”
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Past tense for to injure a muscle or other organic tissue, typically with a sudden and extreme movement
“I don't want the horse to tear his ligaments because the shoe is on so tight.”
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Past tense for to move very quickly in a reckless or excited manner
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“I'm grateful that vehicles can no longer tear along at high speeds with the new speed bumps.”
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(torn) Past tense for to cause distress or anxiety to
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“A strange emptiness begins to tear away at him from inside, consuming his body piece by piece.”
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Past tense for to puncture or pierce with a sharp, pointed object
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Past tense for to remove or take out, especially by effort or force
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Past tense for to rush about violently
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Past tense for to cut or slice something off
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Past tense for to seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf
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Past tense for bite at or nibble something persistently
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Past tense for to raise, move, or pull out or apart, typically with an instrument
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Past tense for to cause damage to
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