verb out·wear \ˌat-ˈwer\

Definition of OUTWEAR

transitive verb
:  to last longer than <a fabric that outwears others>

Examples of OUTWEAR

  1. <these running shoes have outworn any others that I have ever bought>
  2. <a daily grind that would outwear anybody>

First Known Use of OUTWEAR

circa 1541


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debouch Hear it
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