commonly the lowest molding at the base of a column
(rip, rend, speed).
Origin: From tor, tore, toor, from tor-, from tuz-, from dus-, from dēwǝ-. Cognate with zur-, 0344033F0336-, δυσ-. More at dys-.
imp. of Tear
the dead grass that remains on mowing land in winter and spring
same as Torus
the surface described by the circumference of a circle revolving about a straight line in its own plane
the solid inclosed by such a surface; -- sometimes called an anchor ring
Tore is a small village on the Black Isle, in the Highland region of Scotland.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tōr, pa.t. of tear.
tōr, n. (prov.) dead grass.
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The numerical value of tore in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of tore in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We went in there and tore it up.
She tore all my flags out – and brought them up to the counter.
When they tore it down, it really was like cutting out a part of my heart.
She tore off down the lane and just left me laying there in the driveway screaming.
It was right under bunker number six that the iceberg tore the biggest hole in the Titanic.
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