Idiom of the Day
wear down (something) or wear (something) down
to make something become less useful or smaller or weaker because of wear or age
Little by little, the water wore down the beach at the edge of the river.
Make your home like a hotel
At the foot of a very chaste antique American bed in a bedroom of an 1820 Colonial house in New Jersey designed by Albert Hadley, one of a pair of English Regency benches, wearing its original flaking paint. The freshly painted bed completely folds up webbing, canopy, side rails, and all!