wear sth away: to disappear after a lot of time or use, or to make something disappear in this way
The words on the gravestone had worn away completely.

wear sb down: to make someone feel tired and less able to argue
Their continual nagging just wears me down.

wear off: if a feeling or the effect of something wears off, it gradually disappears.
The anaesthetic is starting to wear off.

wear on: If a period of time wears on, it passes, especially slowly.
As the time wore on she became more and more unhappy.

wear sb out: to make someone extremely tired
All this walking is wearing me out.

wear sth out: damaged and cannot be used any more
He has already worn out two pairs of shoes this year.

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