[ wˈe͡əɹ əpˌɒn], [ wˈeəɹ əpˌɒn], [ w_ˈeə_ɹ ə_p_ˌɒ_n]
"Wear upon" is a phrasal verb that implies something has become tiresome or burdensome. Its antonyms are words that convey lightness, ease, and enjoyment. There are several words that could serve as antonyms for this phrase, including delight, please, fulfill, please, satisfy, and buoy. Choosing any of these terms for "wear upon" would suggest that whatever was once a burden has now become a joy. For example, "The thought of spending time with my friends delights me, whereas the thought of spending time with certain family members can wear upon me.
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