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    1. can’t wear that in here”


    2. Again, but more specifical y this time, “you cannot wear that cap in here”


    3. we forced to wear them but homosapiens are forced not to?


    4. you can’t wear that hat in here


    5. · Things you buy now won't wear out


    6. you can’t recapture is time… that and never wear hats indoors


    7. “In the biz—that’s what we call it, the biz—it doesn’t matter what you wear


    8. not impress by what we wear but by what our heart offers


    9. I’ve had to wear a lot of hats lately, including obstetrician


    10. All he had done was ask her not to wear revealing clothing when she went out clubbing with the girls


















































































    1. I repeated the reasoning behind my wearing it and added that I


    2. The day was fine and warm but I was wearing a wool hat to cover my scars – rather odd in the circumstances so I was


    3. therefore relaxed his stance on the wearing of hats


    4. I was wearing an old 1970’s watch [a relic of my col ecting days] and


    5. What a very strange man he was, apparently he insists on wearing hats indoors and would only answer to the name “Famous Author” even though nobody I have met has ever heard of him!


    6. The guy’s wearing a blue baseball cap and the woman has mismatched gloves


    7. Elevating the legs at the end of a long day helps to prevent problems with the blood vessels in the legs, as does wearing support stockings


    8. She had at least, given up the corset wearing this time, and was back in the usual scruffy outfits he was more familiar with


    9. The first day he had ever met Kira, she had been wearing a pair of large clown trousers and a combat jacket, hair having been cropped off with scissors in a fit of self-protective misery after being the victim of yet another sexual assault


    10. “Great!” he said, trying to hold back the big shit-eating grin his heart was wearing


















































































    1. He is dressed in thobe and ghutra, wears midnight frames


    2. A good Wilton never wears out, and the furniture, if a little on the traditionally


    3. ’ I replied as the dizziness gradually wears off


    4. She usually wears a white blouse painted by her, like this:


    5. "Like you only blond, wears a pony-tail more often but isn't into electronics


    6. I am also frustrated by the knowledge that, even if I could present you with such tokens, you probably wouldn’t wear them … I have never met a woman who wears less jewellery or who is so difficult to buy presents for! This being the case, I am sustaining my ego by building up a little store of surprises for you – one day I shall dig them out of storage and watch as you open the various boxes


    7. great once the effect of the drinks wears off


    8. I try rubbing the back of my head hard and, for a moment, the pounding eases, only to come back with a vengeance as soon as the effect of the pressure wears off


    9. God, who wears ivory dresses anymore? That's so yesterday


    10. when the drug wears off, the symptoms often return,


















































































    1. He looked too stunned to speak, it was Ava who said, "But you wore those sandals, I couldn't have lost an aluminum there, even if I had been carrying one around, and I don't think I've ever carried an aluminum on my person," Ava said


    2. "I wore those a long time after Kulai's office," he said, and to shadier places, he didn't say


    3. I explained that I wore “that cap” to cover an operation scar and the loss of hair from radiotherapy – this seemed to satisfy


    4. Males often wore a sling under it, but even so, there was no false bragging going on and hadn't been since way before Europe was civilized


    5. He wore a fancy top hat, but it was a size too big and kept slipping over his eyes while he rocked


    6. wore bright colours, drove a rag-top and wanted for nothing, until, that is, Eva came


    7. Both wore thick white bath robes


    8. wore her now white hair long rather than in that typical blue-rinsed perm, stood


    9. He wore a flat hat with a bedazzled brim in what looked like gold-plated aluminum


    10. They all wore black


















































































    1. It was true, several layers of tough tape had already worn thru on his old ones


    2. Protective glasses should be worn while working in situations of heat, light, dust, smoke, etc


    3. Two thousand years of foot traffic had worn the floors to rolling hills, the glass in the windows had sagged and the marble plumbing fixtures were heavily eroded, though they were just replaced a few centuries ago


    4. Afternoonday can be quite warm, even as winter begins in the north, so for one day of the week lowland clothing can be worn


    5. He has worn his monstrous reputation like a badge


    6. Much to the puzzlement of recent experts, Blitzer has worn the beard of T


    7. since his arrival had worn her out


    8. The Persian carpets are somewhat worn and frayed


    9. Her dresses were simple, worn only


    10. shoulders, not worn, as that would be too much admission of sensibility, but


















































































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    wear wearing article of clothing clothing habiliment vesture wearable bear assume don get into put on have on fag fag out fatigue jade outwear tire tire out wear down wear out wear upon weary wear off wear thin break bust fall apart endure hold out show off model sport deterioration dilapidation erosion wearing away rubbing off deteriorate worsen abrade age cut down impair