wore

Wore vs Wearer - What's the difference?

wore | wearer |


As a noun wearer is

one who wears.

Worst vs Wore - What's the difference?

worst | wore |


As an adjective worst

is (bad).

As a noun worst

is something or someone that is the worst.

As an adverb worst

is in the worst way: most badly, most ill.

As a verb worst

is (archaic|transitive) to make worse.

Used vs Wore - What's the difference?

used | wore |


As a verb used

is (use).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

Wore vs Won - What's the difference?

wore | won |


As a pronoun won is

he.

Weared vs Wore - What's the difference?

weared | wore |


As a verb weared

is (wear).

Wore vs Harlot - What's the difference?

wore | harlot |


As a noun harlot is

(derogatory) a female prostitute.

As a verb harlot is

to play the harlot; to practice lewdness.

As an adjective harlot is

(obsolete) wanton; lewd; low; base.

Wore - What does it mean?

wore | |

Wore vs Wole - What's the difference?

wore | wole |


As an adjective wole is

.

Wore vs Worne - What's the difference?

wore | worne |


As a verb worne is

.

Wore vs Wote - What's the difference?

wore | wote |


As a preposition wote is

used before (l).

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