from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gore.
- adj. Having a gore or gores.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry: Composed of convex curves larger than in invected.
- Bounded by a line as in . Also goared, goré gory. —Fesse gored. Same as fesse arrondi. See fesse.
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The Mountaineers were "gored" as Miami freshman running back
If it's offensive, it is, but not every ox is gored.
Something savaged him from behind, and in a deft spin, he gored it, then turned again to respond to the aerial attack of demon-infected bats.
Given the Bush disaster change sounded great but when specifics begin to take shape all the gored oxes line up to threaten cataclysm.
The Dyea River as of old roared turbulently down to the sea; but its ancient banks were gored by the feet of many men, and these men labored in surging rows at the dripping tow-lines, and the deep-laden boats followed them as they fought their upward way.
And the will of man strove with the will of the water, and the men laughed at the old Dyea River and gored its banks deeper for the men who were to follow.
The hills had been stripped of their trees, and their raw sides gored and perforated by great timber-slides and prospect holes.
Everything seems to depend on who's ox is getting gored.
Now, Doug in San Diego is OK with this as a solution to the Nazi-like crisis of illegal immigrants, but I suspect that his ox is not getting gored.
Politics: its always whose ox is being gored (almost).