outwear outwear


  1. (v) last longer than others
  2. (v) exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress



  1. Vicara is reported to outwear wool, does not shrink, and sells for around 83 a lb.
  2. Because cold rubber is made at a lower temperature, it has a longer molecule which fits it to outwear natural rubber by as much as 30%.
  3. If they outwear the present rayon tires, Chevy plans switch to nylon, which would be heavy blow to rayon makers, who sell 36% of total output to tire industry.


  • From Our Files

    An advertisement gives several reasons for wearing Munsing Union Suits every day which includes: Because they are made just right; because they please and satisfy everybody; because children outgrow them before they outwear them; because they are famous for durability and washability; because they are preferred by discriminating persons everywhere; because you can pay more and get no better ...
    on October 17, 2013     Source: The Danville Advocate-Messenger

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