Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of gore.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gore.

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Examples

  • Usually these balloons have 8 or 12 panels (called gores) that make up the shape.

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  • All you've got to do, on your side, is to survey in such a way that the "gores" will fall on good fat land, then you turn 'em over to me, I stock 'em with cattle, in rolls the cash, I plank out your share of the dollars regular, right along, and -- '

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  • All you've got to do, on your side, is to survey in such a way that the "gores" will fall on good fat land, then you turn 'em over to me, I stock 'em with cattle, in rolls the cash, I plank out your share of the dollars regular, right along, and -- '

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  • Well, I know, and you know, that all along a line that 's being surveyed, there 's little dabs of land that they call "gores," that fall to the surveyor free gratis for nothing.

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  • I think both are great and I love how Ann Coulter "gores" the liberals and how Sarah Palin talks plainly about conservative principles and what's lacking in the liberals.

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  • Zone numbers (the UTM or MTM number) are more correctly called "gores".

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  • Zone numbers (the UTM or MTM number) are more correctly called "gores".

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  • 's being surveyed, there 's little dabs of land that they call "gores," that fall to the surveyor free gratis for nothing.

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  • Says the ancient civil code of Israel, “When an ox gores a man or woman to death, the ox shall be stoned, and its flesh shall not be eaten, but the owner shall not be liable.”

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  • In Ireland, a Celtic hero transformed into a boar unwittingly kills his half-brother and, back in Greece, another beast gores Adonis.

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