wear and tear
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Origin of wear and tear
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Example sentences from the Web for wear and tear
Even the London scenery is faithfully reproduced in material of extra strength, to stand the wear-and-tear of constant removal.
The wear-and-tear of rust is even faster than the tear-and-wear of work.Character|Samuel Smiles
British Dictionary definitions for wear and tear
Idioms and Phrases with wear and tear
Damage and deterioration resulting from ordinary use and exposure, as in This sofa shows a lot of wear and tear; we should replace it. [Second half of 1600s]