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Outwear, to pass, to spend, to waste (used only of time): “her song was tedious and outwore the night,” Ven. 841. “shows me a bare-boned death by time outworn,” Lucr. 1761. “the rich proud cost of outworn buried age,” Sonn. 64, 2. “thus is his cheek the map of days outworn,” 68, 1 (== times past). “till painful study shall o. three years,” LLL II, 23. “the sun is high, and we o. the day,” H5 IV, 2, 63.
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