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pore

Vore vs Pore - What's the difference?

vore | pore |


As nouns the difference between vore and pore

is that vore is a shorter form of lang=en while pore is a tiny opening in the skin.

As a verb pore is

to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

Gore vs Pore - What's the difference?

gore | pore |


As a proper noun gore

is .

As a noun pore is

fear, dread.

Pere vs Pore - What's the difference?

pere | pore |


As nouns the difference between pere and pore

is that pere is while pore is fear, dread.

Pyore vs Pore - What's the difference?

pyore | pore |


As an adjective pyore

is .

As a noun pore is

fear, dread.

Poke vs Pore - What's the difference?

poke | pore |


As nouns the difference between poke and pore

is that poke is (us|slang) a lazy person; a dawdler or poke can be or poke can be (dialectal) pokeweed while pore is fear, dread.

As a verb poke

is to prod or jab with a pointed object such as a finger or a stick.

More vs Pore - What's the difference?

more | pore |


As nouns the difference between more and pore

is that more is tomorrow while pore is fear, dread.

Lore vs Pore - What's the difference?

lore | pore |


As an adjective lore

is their.

As a noun pore is

fear, dread.

Pare vs Pore - What's the difference?

pare | pore |


As verbs the difference between pare and pore

is that pare is to remove the outer covering or skin of something with a cutting device, typically a knife while pore is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

As a noun pore is

a tiny opening in the skin.

Pope vs Pore - What's the difference?

pope | pore |


As nouns the difference between pope and pore

is that pope is (pope) while pore is fear, dread.

As a proper noun pope

is originating as a nickname.

Yore vs Pore - What's the difference?

yore | pore |


As nouns the difference between yore and pore

is that yore is time long past while pore is a tiny opening in the skin.

As an adverb yore

is in time long past; long ago.

As a verb pore is

to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

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