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Definition of tore:

  1. The dead grass that remains on mowing land in winter and spring.
  2. A torus, which see.

Common misspellings for tore:

ttire, todre, to5re, tatura, tor5e, tatire, tored, tare, tear, ttar, thore, tarrow.

Tore \t(o)-re\

Meaning:
thunder; little hills
Origin:
Norse
Details:
Tore as a boy's name is a variant of Thor (Old Norse) and Torrence (Irish, Gaelic), and the meaning of Tore is "thunder; little hills".
Meaning:
tor, torr, Toru, tory, Dore, Tre, Toro, Torre, Torey.
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Quotes for tore:

  1. I tore myself away from the safe comfort of certainties through my love for truth- and truth rewarded me.
  2. I did my work slowly, drop by drop. I tore it out of me by pieces.
  3. I thought I had to show all my stuff and I almost tore the boards of the grandstand with my fastball.

Rhymes for tore:

  1. boar, boer, bohr, bore, chore, core, corps, deplore, dior, door, drawer, explore, floor, fore, four, gabor, galore, gore, hardcore, hoar, ignore, implore, inshore, lahore, lore, moore, more, oar, offshore, or, ore, orr, outscore, pore, postwar, pour, prewar, rapport, restore, roar, score, senor, shore, snore, soar, sore, spore, store, thor, timor, tor, torr, underscore, war, yore, dorr, glore, goar, livor, mohr, nor, outpour, saur, wore, your, schnorr, cor, swore, igor, mazor, lenore, dore, torre, flore, d'or, flor, laure, laur, m4, wor, por, scor, sor, sedor, mor, ohr, glor, corr, lor, warr, cohr, coar, porr, gorr, loar, morr, ngor, nohr, vore;
  2. abhor, adore, amour, ashore, before, decor, afore, c4, ador, cat-4, bator;
  3. anymore, guarantor, heretofore, livermore, antiwar;
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