Wore out is oftentimes used in the same way and same tense as worn out.
1.) Tired, exhausted. See worn out.
2.) To overstay one's welcome.
3.) To use something to the point it no longer works or becomes ragged/shoddy.
4.) To completely, utterly, and totally beat someone up.
Example 1: "After walking around Six Flags all day, I was wore/worn out."
Example 2: "After several lame jokes, Bill wore out his welcome at the company picnic."
Example 3: "If you keep wearing that shirt it'll be wore out in no time."
Example 4: "Some guy insulted my girlfriend and got his ass wore out for it."
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