Then Patissot hesitatingly asked, "Well, monsieur, will it wear well?"
He did not seem to wear well with the people in the daily run and jostle of life.
Barbara breathed again when the inscription was mentioned, recognising a safe and familiar topic, warranted to wear well.
An oval or round patch is unworkmanlike and does not wear well.
Like the rest—to change the metaphor—it has to be made up so largely of shoddy to wear well or wear at all.
Like most political satires, however, the letters do not wear well.
He who desires to wear well must take for his motto 'Nothing in excess.'
Bertie had said to him that morning that she was stimulating, and would not wear well.
I don't like stimulating people, I don't think they wear well.
They are serviceable, for they both shed dust and wear well.