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Common misspellings for more:

mvery, morter, seymore, moreever, meover, morena, motehr, monreo, houre, moe, tomoror, merer, amoire, maire, maure, camare, moroi, morooco, mopre, moroc, moder, kore, tomoro, ou're, tomore, moher, quore, mured, how're, moreo, moehr, dore, imore, moww, 2moro, mariee, minore, morgae, myrle, mibor, moern, momme, machore, moreon, mors, yoo're, mome, morre, doree, aymore, moroever, moerate, smeere, s'more, meaure, momery, marier, mvie, nore, motre, moreee, marek, morely, missoree, morle, kimore, somre, meomry, moderae, rumore, mroe, mmore, nomore, morrel, memorey, morred, rmore, morne, morga, formore, mpore, majore, morge, mord, gamora, mureau, moorea, emmaare, comre, mreo, morol, nighmare, marrie, mybe, smere, morder, motore, mmeory, mvoie, 2morow.

What does the abbreviation more mean?

MORE abbreviation definitions:
–  Mobilize Organize Represent And Educate
–  Motivation, Organisation, Relevancy, and Engagement

More \m(o)-re\

Meaning:
swarthy, dark-skinned; bog; noble, great
Origin:
Gaelic
Details:
More as a boy's name is a variant of Moore (Old French, Middle English, Gaelic, Celtic), and the meaning of More is "swarthy, dark-skinned; bog; noble, great".
Meaning:
Morey, Mori.
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Quotes for more:

  1. Knowing what you can not do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that's good taste.
  2. We enjoy the process far more than the proceeds.
  3. My experience and what I do in snowboarding is really quite independent of the industry and the more independent it is, the more pure and better I feel about snowboarding.
  4. So I sat down with him and portrayed more the side of the character he needed to see. Which is what I do when I go in for an interview for a part I like. As much as you think you're dealing with creative people, they see you for what your image is out there.
  5. I think we have really integrated well around Manchester. This is the place where we feel at home. We like it here, we love the English way of life and we prefer it much, much more than the south of Europe.

Rhymes for more:

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