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It’s an intelligent and charming film that doesn’t outwear its welcome.
THE BEST MOVIES OF 2021 SO FARSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKMAY 25, 2021TIME
Kilmeny was going because he knew that he might easily outwear his welcome.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
"'Tis I that am more like to outwear your patience, fair Judith," said he.
JUDITH SHAKESPEAREWILLIAM BLACK
You wilfully misunderstand my attitude; you outwear my patience.
PRINCE OTTOROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Yet more than one pair of these have I outworn, and many more shall I outwear ere my journeys are ended.
THE BLUE FLOWER, AND OTHERSHENRY VAN DYKE
We go there so often that I fear Miss Sally will think we mean to outwear our welcome.
LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY SHORT STORIES, 1904LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Such a worm gear will, I fancy, outwear a dozen of the scientific sort.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 643, APRIL 28, 1888VARIOUS
Lone once, and loved and undone by a love that no ages outwear.
POEMS BY THE WAYWILLIAM MORRIS
In proportion as I outwear my past, and change my present abysmal ignorance into knowledge, so shall I become free.
GHOSTS I HAVE SEENVIOLET TWEEDALE
When the French joint is used the leather need not be pared and ordinarily will outwear the paper of the book.
LIBRARY BOOKBINDINGARTHUR LOW BAILEY

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