verb (used with object), out·wore, out·worn, out·wear·ing.
or last longer than; outlast: a well-made product that outwears its competition.
to exhaust in strength or endurance: The daily toil had soon outworn him.
to outlive or outgrow: Perhaps he will outwear those eccentricities.
out; destroy by wearing
: A child outwears clothes quickly.
to pass (time): trying to outwear the hours by reading.
is always a great word to know.
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