|wear away, wear off; wear down by rubbing or scraping||abrade|
|(about hair, clothing, etc.) wear loosely, let fall in disorder; disarrange, make untidy, mess something up, muss clothes or hair||dishevel|
|(archaic) shirt that soldiers wear over their uniform as to be able to recognize one another during a night attack; surprise military attack carried out at night by soldiers wearing "camisados", surprise attack||camisado|
|1930s dance, catch fly balls, chase away, dance the shag, have sexual intercourse (British Slang); cause wear and tear, layered haircut, long pile on textile, long-piled carpet, make rough, matted tangle of hair, provide with shaft, retrieve, rough and...||shag|
|able to take normal wear||wearproof|
|abrasion, scraping; discord, conflict, deliberate rubbing, disagreement, resistance encountered by moving object||friction|
|acquired in school or college, ceremonious; conventional; according to custom; stiff; strict; symmetrical; requiring fancy dress, clothes, conventionally correct, elegant to wear, important occasion, methodical, not familiar in style, occasion which re...||formal|
|act of jogging or moving quickly; act of competing in a race or election; leakage, act of dripping, consecutively, creeping, fast movement, flowing, for use or wear by runners, functioning, gaining yards while running, long-standing, made during an eve...||running|
|act of rubbing or scraping; act of washing or cleaning by rubbing||scrubbing|
|act of rubbing something down, massage, rubbing of the body||rubdown|
|act of rubbing with lotion or liniment||embrocation|
|act of scraping with a curette (surgical tool), curettage||curettement|
|act of scraping with a curette (surgical tool), curettement, scraping inside body cavity||curettage|
|act of scraping; act of making a small cut; act of scraping with the fingernails to relieve an itch; act of making a grating sound; act of scribbling; process of obtaining with difficulty; act of deleting||scratching|
|act of scratching; act of scrubbing or scouring; sound produced by two surfaces rubbing against one another||scraping|
|act of scrubbing, area of low vegetation, cancel something, clean by rubbing, cleanse for surgery, clothing worn while performing surgery, mongrel, offensive term, player not on first string, remote place, remove dirt by rubbing, remove impurities from...||scrub|
|act of scrubbing; act of rubbing with an abrasive material; act of thoroughly searching an area; diarrhea (Veterinary Med.), clean by rubbing, cleaning substance, flush something out, free something from dirt or impurities, have diarrhea, move about at...||scour|
|act of scuffing, flat shoe, mark from scraping or rubbing, poke the foot, scrape feet while walking, scrape or rub, scratching or scraping sound; act of scratching or scraping; flat-heeled slipper that covers only the toes; abrasion, scratch mark, mark...||scuff|
|act of smoothing something, file or scrape something, flat tool with an abrasive surface; act of scraping, act of scouring, abrasion, harsh grating sound, irritate somebody, raspberry, say something in harsh voice, abrade, type of file||rasp|
|act of treating the body by rubbing or kneading the muscles or joints to stimulate circulation or relaxation, enhance, manipulate deceptively, rub or knead muscles and joints with hands to stimulate circulation or relaxation, give a massage, rub somebo...||massage|
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