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verb as in exhaust, weary
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Six and half years had passed since the day she had crawled into the tire in the school yard and cried.
Aftermarket tiresStock tires are probably the single biggest power-robbing items on your new ATV.
The debt-ridden telecom giant is reportedly looking to offload its DirecTV pay-TV business after having kicked the tires on selling it a year ago.
That’s not to say we don’t kick the tires on a few things at the end, but it’s pretty minimal, and it’s mostly to look at bugs and edge cases rather than to change our underlying assumptions.
Who knew explaining how to change a tire and back out of a ditch could be so seductive?
After a tire-puncturing spree in late October, 17-year-old Laquan McDonald was shot dead by a police officer in Chicago.
The two U.S. entities, along with the RDIF, last year acquired a majority interest in a leading Russian tire maker, Voltyre-Prom.
The low crunch of packed dirt against rubber tire was overwhelmed by the ragged explosions of automatic gunfire.
Eventually, even the most enthusiastic diner will tire of going to his restaurant.
On the ground near the flattened tire lay a new one, just taken out of the brackets that had supported it.
Should he snap at the rear wheel and puncture the tire—Matt's thoughts could not carry the danger further.
All public pleasure has disappeared from among us, and we arrange parties and receptions that only tire ourselves and others.
"A machine has stopped here at the side of the road quite recently," Mr. Peck offered, pointing to the tire marks in the dust.
Jean blew out a tire finally, because of the glass, and they were obliged to walk the remainder of the way.
On this page you'll find 117 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tire, such as: annoy, bore, depress, disgust, dishearten, and dispirit.
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