[ US /ˈɡɔɹ/ ]
[ UK /ɡˈɔː/ ]
  1. coagulated blood from a wound
  2. the shedding of blood resulting in murder
    he avenged the bloodshed of his kinsmen
  3. a piece of cloth that is generally triangular or tapering; used in making garments or umbrellas or sails
  1. wound by piercing with a sharp or penetrating object or instrument
  2. cut into gores
    gore a skirt
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How To Use gore In A Sentence

  • They put out a plan that adds up, leaves no ox ungored and should shut up anyone who says the deficit can be contained by cutting waste, fraud, abuse and foreign aid. Two Tests of a Gridlock Mentality
  • Ka go realo, ke laetša gore sela se bego se dirwa maloba sa go hlakiša dinaga tša baagelwane se fetogile. SPEECH BY MS SD MOTUBATSE-HOUNKPATIN DURING THE DEBATE ON PAN AFRICAN PARLIAMENT
  • Arguing that FDR provoked the attack was Gore Vidal, novelist, provocateur, T. V. icon, and one of the greatest English-language essayists alive.
  • Politics: its always whose ox is being gored (almost). The Volokh Conspiracy » President Ron Paul?
  • On two consecutive nights of Hardball, Chris Matthews brought up this same trio as examples of Gore's "delusionary" thinking. Going After Gore
  • gore a skirt
  • The Pythagorean doctrine that one soul can not only transmigrate from man to man, from man to beast, but also indifferently to plants, serves as the basis for the soul's secular progress.
  • I wrote a long paper last fall which you can find here in which I make out Gore as an epigone of Heidegger. Enowning
  • Gore then devised a plan to burn down the house, destroying any forensic evidence he might have left behind.
  • The war in which little David Gorey had become unwittingly involved was of a different character, undeclared and unrecognized. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
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