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Tore vs. Torn

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Toreadjective

Hard, difficult; wearisome, tedious.

Tornverb

past participle of tear(rip, rend, speed).

Toreadjective

Strong, sturdy; great, massive.

Torn

p. p. of Tear.

Toreadjective

Full; rich.

Tornadjective

having edges that are jagged from injury

Tore

imp. of Tear.

Tornadjective

disrupted by the pull of contrary forces;

‘torn between love and hate’; ‘torn by conflicting loyalties’; ‘torn by religious dissensions’;

Torenoun

The dead grass that remains on mowing land in winter and spring.

Torenoun

Same as Torus.

Torenoun

same as torus.

Torenoun

commonly the lowest molding at the base of a column

Tore

Tore is a Scandinavian masculine name. It is derived from the Old Norse name Thórir, which is composed of thorr which means thunder, and arr which means warrior.

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