Scorer vs Shorer - What's the difference?

scorer | shorer |

As nouns the difference between scorer and shorer

is that scorer is one who scores while shorer is one who, or that which, shores or props up.

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(en noun)
  • One who scores.
  • Shearer finished among the top ten goal scorers''' in 10 out of his 14 seasons in the Premier League and won the top '''scorer title three times.
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  • One who scores: a scorekeeper.
  • The team was making goals so fast the scorer could barely keep up.
  • (cricket) Either of a pair of people, one provided by each side, who record in a specially formatted book, every ball bowled, every run scored, and every wicket that falls
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    (en noun)
  • One who, or that which, shores or props up.
  • (Webster 1913)