wear out one's welcome

wear out one's welcome  {v. phr.},  {informal}
To visit somewhere too long or come back too often so that you are not welcome any more.
The Smith children have worn out their welcome at our house because they never want to go home.
This hot weather has worn out its welcome with us.
Categories: informal verb

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