How to use Wears-out in a sentence

wears-out
  • Though generally of a mild character, it is persistently recurrent, and slowly saps and wears out the constitution; too often it is virulent and rapidly fatal.

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  • Their plastic lid wears out easily and allows the applicator and shadow dust to pollute the inside of my purse on a regular basis.

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  • Your child's short-sleeved shirts can last through spring, summer, fall, and winter, and you'll finally see a piece of clothing that wears out before he grows out of it!

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  • Buying used is a good idea specially for baby clothing since the clothing is worn for such a short time that it rarely wears out.

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  • This sandpaper wears out pretty quickly, so you will want to purchase several sheets.

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  • Because of leather's durability, you don't want to run the risk of the style running out before the material wears out.

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  • Don't wring, as it wears out the fabric.

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  • Since the foil wears out more then the cutter block, it may be a good idea to purchase the cutter block individually when needed.

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  • Keep in mind, though, that you probably won't get designer quality, but considering the money you are saving, you can probably afford to replace the item when it wears out!

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  • Again, that's the nature of the beast -- the fabric is delicate and the weave wears out.

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  • This product is known for its durability for lasting through many cold seasons and rarely has there been a complaint that the elastic wears out too fast or the cuffs begin to fray.

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  • Long underwear is not a bargain if it wears out quickly, never mind not keeping you warm and dry.

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  • You can buy replacement padding in the event that it wears out.

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