overwear


Related to overwear: overwear syndrome

o·ver·wear

 (ō′vər-wâr′)
tr.v. o·ver·wore (-wôr′), o·ver·worn (-wôrn′), o·ver·wear·ing, o·ver·wears
To wear out; exhaust.

overwear

(ˌəʊvəˈwɛə)
vb (tr) , -wears, -wearing, -wore or -worn
to wear out
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Tick 27 best lingerie Underwear is just as important as overwear you know 31 best for denim Who's the jeanius?
The big debate, of course, was whether my BBC Radio Wales colleague Kath Martyn's vest is underwear (and therefore should have come off by now) or overwear (in which case she would have licence to keep it on).
According to Tessa Jowell, Overwear Minister, "there is both the severe strain put on the NHS by people going down with avoidable colds, and the problems of social exclusion caused by overcoat deficiency among the less well-off.
Picture a 4" wide band of elastic with one or more gun pouches, worn "over the underwear but under the overwear.
A separate spring and fall line are introduced each year with up to 140 pieces of clothing including men's cotton golf shirts, cotton sweaters and vests, fleece overwear, windshirts and microfiber jackets and hats.
Contact lens wearers may also observe haloes as a typical sign of overwear syndrome, whereby corneal oedema occurs from hypoxia, or due to contact lens trauma.