from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hoar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of hoar.
- n. An obsolete spelling of whore.
- See he.
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Ho hloka thuto ho baka hore basebetsi bao ba mapolasi ba dule tlasa ditlamo, hoo ebileng ba sa utlwisiseng dipehelo tse hlahisitsweng ke molaotheo wa naha bakeng sa ditokelo tsa bona.
'Jack Dollop, a 'hore's-bird of a fellow we had here as milker at one time, sir, courted a young woman over at Mellstock, and deceived her as he had deceived many afore.
'Well, 'said the dairyman,' 'tis that slack-twisted 'hore's-bird of a feller, Jack Dollop.
The inhabitants are all fKhermen; and their manner of taking falmon is fomewhat uncommon, as it is adapted to their peculiar fituation on a level (hore, which is foon covered and foon left dry, for a great extent, at the flux and re-flux of the tide.
"Jack Dollop, a 'hore's-bird of a fellow we had here as milker at one time, sir, courted a young woman over at Mellstock, and deceived her as he had deceived many afore.
"Well," said the dairyman, "'tis that slack-twisted 'hore's-bird of a feller, Jack Dollop.
And these 110 GOP law fakers, like any defective w. hore demanding more loot, should be told NO!
Next best thing to a hore back pack in for me, Really looking forward to that faze of my Son and My outings.
Did sell the 8mm after a bit of hore trading and now I clean a best I can with Birchwood casey gun scrubber, adn if needs further cleaning/work, it goes to the smith.
The contest is well and truly underway - but if it's anything more than a two-hore race, I'll eat my proverbial.