English In Conflict Become Thin

Thank you for using our website to find The Sun 2-Speed Crossword Answers. Below is the solution for the question: “English In Conflict Become Thin” from the The Sun 2 Speed Crossword No 000246 date November 17, 2020.


Definition 1:
To use or have (something) as clothing :to have (a shirt, pants, etc.) over part of your body .

He was wearing blue jeans.
She wore a red blouse to work.
White coats are often worn by doctors.
Definition 2:
To use or have (something) on your body .

I don’t wear glasses.
He doesn’t wear a watch.
Are you wearing perfume?
A badge worn by police officers
Were you wearing a seat belt?
Definition 3:
To grow or arrange (your hair) in a particular way .

She wears her hair in a ponytail.
I used to wear my hair long.
He wears [=has] a beard now.
Definition 4:
To have or show (something, such as an emotion or facial expression) especially on your face .

The teacher was wearing a frown/smile.
I guess I wear my heart on my sleeve. [=show my emotions in an obvious way]
Definition 5:
To cause (something) to become thinner, weaker, etc., because of continued use over time used as (be) worn .

The carpet was badly worn in some areas.
Definition 6:
To cause (something) to form gradually because of use .

He wore a hole in his pants.
A path had been worn into the grass.
Definition 7:
To make (someone) very tired .

Soldiers worn by the strain of war

Don’t close the page if you need other answers from the same crossword. Go back to this link to find Crossword No 000246 posted on November 17, 2020

Leave a Comment