wear (v.) Old form(s): weare
wear out, weary, tire
AW V.i.4[Helena to Widow and Diana] To wear your gentle limbs in my affairs
AYL II.iv.34[Silvius to Corin] Wearing thy hearer in thy mistress' praise [F2 Wearying]
Ven.506[Venus to Adonis, of his lips] never let their crimson liveries wear [i.e. their red colour wear out]
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