Common misspellings for wear

rewar, wtaer, wearly, weari, wer, lwoer, 16year, weater, wwner, awear, sewar, waare, 1year, whart, 30year, wewre, zeor, weays, wekk, whiah, werwer, thweir, waaaay, wiegh, thewar, ywar, ckear, awaer, watar, nowear, wehre, we'r, wearth, wera, year1, weekor, yrar, newar, mear, woaw, iear, weter, wea, whear, jear, warfear, weapy, 4year, powar, 17year, wheer, waarn, wheare, neair, weath, wewrw, wheher, 5year, aeay, weaird, wnear, fowar, aear, we56we565r, whar, wemay, waork, weasy, yaer, werrr, weaher, werr, oear, reair, weears, weack, weap, haear, weairly, werw, weaon, wer're, cear, vaegar, wearr, weka, sswear, leway, lear, weair, venear, weat, whoar, weiry, watear, ywear, werher, veare, whewww, weoo, dear, weere, veyr, woah, weirmar, waway, weeeeeeeeeeee, reear, aweay, yhear, waery, 3year, 18year, weagh, wwear, wheir, veaw, 13year, weard, wegh, cowar, whoer, wead, hewar, wearn, yrear, weach, weork, wurr, weany, 100year, weavy, whean, thwer, wethar, keywor, weeak, waaaaaay, weare, heaar, weark, weher, wearry, 2year, wherr, wter, weyr, year5, waier, whaer, wiah, eear, waer, wesy, wesr, swaer, whwer, waers, werre, woar, weery, bewear, weathor, wenr, 20year, sweer, wearsa, heear, whears, 6year, woarm, whera, wner, weait, 0wner, uear, year, pwoer, wweer, weord, wwwr, warfar, whard, wetar, 9year, wearie, weas, waarm, ppwer, whier, wual, weear, 11year, awair, wkae, sweaar, vear, weaty, whiegh, wizar, weav, weay, werar, wyear, wiraw, neweer, wharn, waor, wherw, werwe, wiar, woooah, weer, wdear, caear, dearwe, keawe, kuwer, l0wer, lweor, 12year, reoaur, war2, wearm, wayyy, wqay, weaer, weaar, weara, weasr, weain, wheary, wetaer, wedday, weiard, weler, qwer, wewr, wwer, whau, whethar, weho, wehy, wearp, year4.

Definitions of wear

  1.   a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
  2.   To use up by carrying or having upon one's self; hence, to consume by use; to waste; to use up; as, to wear clothes rapidly.
  3.   To have or exhibit an appearance of, as an aspect or manner; to bear; as, she wears a smile on her countenance.
  4.   have or show an appearance of; " wear one's hair in a certain way"
  5.   To carry on the body; as, to wear clothing; bear or show; as, to wear a careless manner; use up; make less in quantity or value; as, to wear out one's patience; to damage by continual friction; to make by use of friction; to turn a ship.
  6.   To be wasted; to be diminished by attrition; to be spent tediously; to be consumed by slow degrees; to advance by slow degrees. To wear off, to pass away by degrees.
  7.   To be wasted by use or time: to be spent tediously: to consume slowly: to last under use:- pa. t. wore; pa. p. worn.
  8.   To impair, waste, or diminish, by continual attrition, scraping, percussion, on the like; to consume gradually; to cause to lower or disappear; to spend.
  9.   exhaust or tire through overuse or great strain or stress; " We wore ourselves out on this hike"
  10.   To carry on the body: to have the appearance of: to consume by use, time, or exposure: to waste by rubbing: to do by degrees.
  11.   covering designed to be worn on a person's body
  12.   To form or shape by, or as by, attrition.
  13.   go to pieces; " The lawn mower finally broke"; " The gears wore out"; " The old chair finally fell apart completely"
  14.   To be wasted by use or time; to last under use.
  15.   To carry or bear upon the person; to bear upon one's self, as an article of clothing, decoration, warfare, bondage, etc.; to have appendant to one's body; to have on; as, to wear a coat; to wear a shackle.
  16.   The thing worn; style of dress; the fashion.
  17.   exhaust or tire though overuse or great strain or stress; " We wore ourselves out on this hike"
  18.   Same as Weir.
  19.   To carry on the body; have, as an appearance: waste by use or friction: put on another tack, as a ship.
  20.   Worn.
  21.   impairment resulting from long use; " the tires showed uneven wear"
  22.   Wore.
  23.   Dam in a river; fence for confining fish.
  24.   Another spelling of WEIR.
  25.   To last; to endure or hold out; to waste or diminish by use or time; to be wasted or impaired, as by use; to pass or be consumed by slow degrees.
  26.   have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality; " He always wears a smile"
  27.   To cause or make by friction or wasting; as, to wear a channel; to wear a hole.
  28.   To be impaired gradually by use.
  29.   Impairment from use or time.
  30.   To be exhausted or damaged by use; to last well under use.
  31.   To be wasted, consumed, or diminished, by being used; to suffer injury, loss, or extinction by use or time; to decay, or be spent, gradually.
  32.   To put a ship on the other tack by turning her round, with stern toward the wind.
  33.   A long notch with a horizontal edge, as in the top of a vertical plate or plank, through which water flows, - used in measuring the quantity of flowing water.
  34.   have on one's person; " He wore a red ribbon"; " bear a scar"
  35.   The state of being used; damage caused by use; garments worn; as, this shop sells ladies wear.
  36.   Were.
  37.   Act of wearing; thing worn.
  38.   A fence of stakes, brushwood, or the like, set in a stream, tideway, or inlet of the sea, for taking fish.
  39.   To impair by use; efface or rub off.
  40.   A dam in a river to stop and raise the water, for the purpose of conducting it to a mill, forming a fish pond, or the like.
  41.   To put a ship on another tack.
  42.   Wearing.
  43.   To waste or impair by attrition; to lessen or diminish by time, use, or instruments; to carry appendant to the body; to have or exhibit; to affect by degrees. To wear away, to consume or diminish. To wear off, to diminish by attrition. To wear out, to render useless by attrition or decay; to consume tediously; to waste the strength of; to harass.
  44.   The result of wearing or use; consumption, diminution, or impairment due to use, friction, or the like; as, the wear of this coat has been good.
  45.   the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment; " she bought it for everyday wear"
  46.   be dressed in; " She was wearing yellow that day"
  47.   last and be usable; " This dress wore well for almost ten years"
  48.   The act of wearing, or the state of being worn; consumption by use; diminution by friction; as, the wear of a garment.
  49.   deteriorate through use or stress; " The constant friction wore out the cloth"
  50.   To carry or bear upon the person, as an article of clothing, arms, or any ornament; to have or exhibit an appearance of; to bear.
  51.   Injury or decay by use; the act of lasting long.
  52.   To endure or suffer use; to last under employment; to bear the consequences of use, as waste, consumption, or attrition; as, a coat wears well or ill; - hence, sometimes applied to character, qualifications, etc.; as, a man wears well as an acquaintance.
  53.   To go about with the wind astern.
  54.   To bear using; endure.
  55.   Used in the phrase, " to wear a ship,"- that is, to turn the ship before the wind.
  56.   The act of wearing, or the state of being worn.
  57.   put clothing on one's body; " What should I wear today?"; " He put on his best suit for the wedding"; " The princess donned a long blue dress"; " The queen assumed the stately robes"; " He got into his jeans"
  58.   To carry on the person; have on; maintain; exhibit.
  59.   The act of wearing; diminution by friction; the thing worn; a dam in a river. Wear and tear, the loss by wearing, as of machinery in use. See Weir.
  60.   Wearer.
  61.   To cause to go about, as a vessel, by putting the helm up, instead of alee as in tacking, so that the vessel's bow is turned away from, and her stern is presented to, the wind, and, as she turns still farther, her sails fill on the other side; to veer.
  62.   Act of wearing: lessening or injury by use or friction.

Quotes of wear

  1. Two or three things I know for sure, and one is that I'd rather go naked than wear the coat the world has made for me. – Dorothy Allison
  2. When you grow up your mother says, 'Wear rubbers or you'll catch cold.' When you become an adult you discover that you have the right not to wear rubbers and to see if you catch cold or not. It's something like that. – Diane Arbus
  3. When in doubt wear red. – Bill Blass
  4. All my life I wanted to be a bank robber. Carry a gun and wear a mask. Now that it's happened I guess I'm just about the best bank robber they ever had. And I sure am happy. – John Dillinger
  5. The last suit that you wear you don't need any pockets. – Wayne Dyer
  6. Often I'll try things that just won't happen the way I'd like them to, so hearing that they're not working saves me some wear and tear the next time around. – Raymond E. Feist
  7. I wear a necklace, cause I wanna know when I'm upside down. – Mitch Hedberg
  8. It is a temptation for me to wear all my rings at once. – Anna Held
  9. The decision to go to war is the most important decision that I can make as a representative in Congress. As a veteran, I see any potential military action first through the eyes of the young men and women who volunteered to wear the uniform and would carry out such a mission. – Mark Kirk
  10. I used to wear heels because I wanted to show people I wasn't ashamed of being tall. But I don't wear them any more because you don't have to wear heels to be beautiful. I can't even remember the last time I wore heels. – Elle Macpherson
  11. Do we really know anybody? Who does not wear one face to hide another? – Frances Marion
  12. Unless a product becomes outmoded, a great campaign will not wear itself out. – Rosser Reeves
  13. I love summer. Because it means I can wear a bikini top and shorts, even just to go shopping. – David Wain
  14. If you can't eat it, can't sleep under it, can't wear it or make something from it, it's not worth anything. – Don Young

Usage examples for wear

  1. “ I am not going to wear that! ” – The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories by Ethel M. Dell
  2. Why did yuh wear boots too big for yuh to make me think it was a man brought Ranger to the Cross- in- a- box? ” – Paradise Bend by William Patterson White
  3. You still wear your eye of Horus? ” – There was a King in Egypt by Norma Lorimer
  4. But why shouldn't I wear them? ” – The Chink in the Armour by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  5. You are going to wear both. ” – The Love Affairs of Pixie by Mrs George de Horne Vaizey
  6. He should wear afternoon dress for an afternoon wedding, and evening dress at an evening wedding. ” – The Book of Good Manners by W. C. Green
  7. “ Kalitan says all the women used to wear them. ” – Kalitan, Our Little Alaskan Cousin by Mary F. Nixon-Roulet
  8. My old nurse had it made for me, and I wear it sometimes. ” – The Rebel of the School by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  9. You had best wear a black suit. ” – When London Burned by G. A. Henty
  10. “ " I wish people could wear ready- made clothes as lovely as his," she thought. ” – Peggy in Her Blue Frock by Eliza Orne White
  11. She frankly said her husband had no clothes to wear – The Angel Adjutant of "Twice Born Men" by Minnie L. Carpenter
  12. “ " You are good," she answered, " but- we mustn't wear out our welcome." ” – The Heather-Moon by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  13. It will never break nor wear out. ” – The Patchwork Girl of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  14. “ " He doesn't wear one," said Patricia, now thoroughly enjoying herself. ” – Patricia Brent, Spinster by Herbert Jenkins
  15. But I want you to wear them. ” – Alexander's Bridge and The Barrel Organ by Willa Cather and Alfred Noyes
  16. But they will wear out. ” – Captain Jinks, Hero by Ernest Crosby
  17. Oh, you ain't goin' to try an' wear it this a- way? ” – Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch by Alice Caldwell Hegan
  18. “ I must have just exactly what you were going to wear – Melbourne House by Elizabeth Wetherell
  19. “ Mattie will wear well. ” – Not Like Other Girls by Rosa N. Carey
  20. Both, however, wear the same dress. ” – Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations by Archibald Sayce

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