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Origin of wear-out
British Dictionary definitions for wear-out
Idioms and Phrases with wear-out
Become or cause to become unusable through long or heavy use, as in She wears out her shoes in no time, or The coupling in this device has worn out. [Early 1400s]
Exhaust, tire, as in I was worn out from packing all those books. Also see tired out. [First half of 1500s]