worn spot


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Noun1.worn spot - a spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion
maculation, patch, speckle, dapple, fleck, spot - a small contrasting part of something; "a bald spot"; "a leopard's spots"; "a patch of clouds"; "patches of thin ice"; "a fleck of red"
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A particularly worn spot in a highly trafficked or prominent area - like a main hallway - may beg to be refinished, but lower trafficked, out of the way areas - like private offices - may be able to wait another year.
At last, one day I detected a small worn spot on my right sole.
The Helsby clubhouse was destroyed by fire on Christmas Eve 1969 but fortunately the old silver tankard - so well-used it is possible to see the worn spot where William's thumb rested - had been removed two days before, taken home by John to be polished.
Your fingertip can take you on a journey simply by brushing that worn spot on the grip of your old Model 29.
No road, no worn spot, minimal skills, comforted only by the knowledge that there was nothing but my own stupi dity that would kill me in the next twenty-four hours.
It has, says grandsonDavid, been well-treated but also dropped during years of such extensive use it is even possible to identify the worn spot made by William's thumb.
Direction of mowing pattern to be altered on a regular basis to avoid worn spots.
A main frame bore that is worn outside the tolerance limits will need to have the worn spots welded up and the complete bore re-machined to tolerance.
Is it okay to spray some dry film lubricant on the worn spots to help keep corrosion from setting in?
There are projects here that will help the gardener or landscaper to make the most out of limited space, compensate for not having time enough to keep annuals from looking their best, deal with otherwise doggedly shady areas and worn spots in the year, using relatively inexpensive and low-maintenance water features.
Moreover, the pigmented PUR system gives a consistent color through the thickness of the floor covering that will not show wear, while rubber mats develop visible worn spots.