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Adjective
Physically tired or exhausted
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“The worn expression on her face and her tired eyes touched him, and he felt a sense of injustice.”
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Damaged and shabby as a result of much use
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“Volunteers are needed to repair worn clothing and bag it up to give to the homeless.”
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Very widely used
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“It is indeed a worn phrase, and yet perfectly appropriate in this case.”
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Used or second-hand, passed along by its prior user
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In a worn condition from exposure to the atmosphere or weather
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(of a path) Well trodden
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Having lines, ruled
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Of root, too deep to remove
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Advanced in years
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Having an edge or point that is not sharp
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In a bad or degenerative condition
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In a state of nervous excitement or anxiety
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Past participle for to clothe oneself, or be clothed in, a given dress or garment
“He likes to wear an old leather jacket that has burn holes on the sleeves and a pair of cowboy boots that have broken more than their share of fingers.”
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Past participle for to carry, or be carrying, something
“Carrying a concealed weapon or pointing a gun at somebody is illegal. But you can wear a gun in full view.”
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Past participle for to damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
“Heavy hauls and long stints on the road will wear the tires down more and affect your driving, especially in the rain.”
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Past participle for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
“A few blocks later, this faux-cripple walk was starting to wear me out, so I stopped it.”
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Past participle for to irk or cause exasperation to
“Her constants need to choose her words carefully was starting to wear me out, even if I understood why it was necessary.”
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Past participle for to withstand continued use or life in a specified way
“This carpet is less formal-looking but will wear well.”
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Past participle for to tolerate, endure or put up with (something)
“You'd have the fossil fuel interests opposing nuclear power generation, but more importantly, the public just wouldn't wear it.”
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Past participle for to exhibit or present (a particular facial expression or appearance)
“In fact, every classical musician had reasons to wear such a smile.”
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