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Detailed Synonyms for wearable in English

wearable:

wearable adj

  1. wearable
    – suitable for wear or able to be worn 1
    wearable
    – suitable for wear or able to be worn 1
    • wearable adj
      • wearable evening clothes1
      • a wearable hearing aid1

wearable [the ~] noun

  1. the wearable
    – a covering designed to be worn on a person's body 1
    the wear; the clothing; the article of clothing; the wearable; the habiliment; the vesture
    – a covering designed to be worn on a person's body 1

Alternate Synonyms for "wearable":


Antonyms for "wearable":


Related Definitions for "wearable":

  1. suitable for wear or able to be worn1
    • wearable evening clothes1
    • a wearable hearing aid1
  2. a covering designed to be worn on a person's body1

wear:

to wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)

  1. to wear
    to wear; to have on
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
    • have on verb (has on, had on, having on)
  2. to wear
    – have or show an appearance of 1
    to wear
    – have or show an appearance of 1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • wear one's hair in a certain way1
  3. to wear
    – have on one's person 1
    to bear; to wear
    – have on one's person 1
    • bear verb (bears, bearing)
      • bear a scar1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • He wore a red ribbon1
  4. to wear
    – put clothing on one's body 1
    to assume; to wear; to put on; get into; don
    – put clothing on one's body 1
    • assume verb (assumes, assumed, assuming)
      • The queen assumed the stately robes1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • What should I wear today?1
    • put on verb (puts on, put on, putting on)
      • He put on his best suit for the wedding1
    • get into verb
    • don verb
      • The princess donned a long blue dress1
  5. to wear
    – be dressed in 1
    to wear; to have on
    – be dressed in 1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • She was wearing yellow that day1
    • have on verb (has on, had on, having on)
  6. to wear
    – deteriorate through use or stress 1
    to wear; to wear out; to wear off; to wear down; wear thin
    – deteriorate through use or stress 1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • The constant friction wore out the cloth1
    • wear out verb (wears out, wore out, wearing out)
    • wear off verb (wears off, wore off, wearing off)
    • wear down verb (wears down, wore away, wearing down)
    • wear thin verb
  7. to wear
    – go to pieces 1
    to wear; to break; bust; to wear out; to fall apart
    – go to pieces 1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • The gears wore out1
    • break verb (breaks, broke, breaking)
      • The lawn mower finally broke1
    • bust verb
    • wear out verb (wears out, wore out, wearing out)
    • fall apart verb (falls apart, fell apart, falling apart)
  8. to wear
    – last and be usable 1
    to wear; to endure; to hold out
    – last and be usable 1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • This dress wore well for almost ten years1
    • endure verb (endures, endured, enduring)
    • hold out verb (holds out, held out, holding out)
  9. to wear
    – have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality 1
    to wear
    – have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality 1
    • wear verb (wears, wore, wearing)
      • He always wears a smile1

Conjugations for wear:

present
  1. wear
  2. wear
  3. wears
  4. wear
  5. wear
  6. wear
simple past
  1. wore
  2. wore
  3. wore
  4. wore
  5. wore
  6. wore
present perfect
  1. have worn
  2. have worn
  3. has worn
  4. have worn
  5. have worn
  6. have worn
past continuous
  1. was wearing
  2. were wearing
  3. was wearing
  4. were wearing
  5. were wearing
  6. were wearing
future
  1. shall wear
  2. will wear
  3. will wear
  4. shall wear
  5. will wear
  6. will wear
continuous present
  1. am wearing
  2. are wearing
  3. is wearing
  4. are wearing
  5. are wearing
  6. are wearing
subjunctive
  1. be worn
  2. be worn
  3. be worn
  4. be worn
  5. be worn
  6. be worn
diverse
  1. wear!
  2. let's wear!
  3. worn
  4. wearing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

wear [the ~] noun

  1. the wear
    the pregnancy; the expectation; the wear; the looking forward to; the anticipation; the dress; the outlook; the costume
  2. the wear
    the attire; the costume; the dress; the wear
  3. the wear
    – the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment 1
    the wear; the wearing
    – the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment 1
    • wear [the ~] noun
      • she bought it for everyday wear1
    • wearing [the ~] noun
  4. the wear
    – a covering designed to be worn on a person's body 1
    the wear; the clothing; the vesture; the article of clothing; the wearable; the habiliment
    – a covering designed to be worn on a person's body 1
  5. the wear
    – impairment resulting from long use 1
    the wear
    – impairment resulting from long use 1
    • wear [the ~] noun
      • the tires showed uneven wear1

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Antonyms for "wear":


Related Definitions for "wear":

  1. the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment1
    • she bought it for everyday wear1
  2. a covering designed to be worn on a person's body1
  3. impairment resulting from long use1
    • the tires showed uneven wear1
  4. have or show an appearance of1
    • wear one's hair in a certain way1
  5. have on one's person1
    • He wore a red ribbon1
  6. put clothing on one's body1
    • What should I wear today?1
  7. be dressed in1
    • She was wearing yellow that day1
  8. deteriorate through use or stress1
    • The constant friction wore out the cloth1
  9. go to pieces1
    • The gears wore out1
  10. last and be usable1
    • This dress wore well for almost ten years1
  11. have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality1
    • He always wears a smile1