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Spell check of bore

Correct spelling: bore

backwater, practice, stick, desert, hammer, went on, steered, sap, adduced, standard of measurement, conservative, tire out, headed, transported, practise, point, wear, experienced, poke, tear, drill, calibre, endured, spear, stupe, pudding head, dolt, outwear, sent, remained, persevered, carried, tidal bore, run down, tolerated, vectored, trouble, persisted, skewer, fatigue, pall, drag, gone on, attracted, imparted, gage, yawner, exhaust, stultify, play out, pest, dweeb, bit, delivered, dullard, aimed, eager, chamber, nuisance, induced, annoy, dispatched, borne, carted, caliber, drawn, needle, nudnik, lasted, fixed, gouge, thorn, exercise, dent, drew, excite, clip, barrel, lance, wear out, moved, tip, dinosaur, gauge, pudden-head, drill hole, pierce, riddle, fetched, hauled, auger, droner, blade, dull, underwent, lingered, expressed, stupid person, transferred, suffered, spike, sedate, perforate, diehard, arrow, wasteland, shifted, yawn, conducted, drip, abided, wear upon, demotivate, tire, snoozer, rip, rut, perforator, die, undergone, weary, fag out, conveyed, brought, tarried, poor fish, pillock, dullsville, aegir, bayonet, transmitted, removed, wear down, tranquilize, jade, bore-hole, put up with, penetrator, living death, fogey, snooze, spur, puncture, penetrate, eagre, anorak, poker, continued, quality, turn off, drongo, punch.

gas, interest, rush, upper, blast, kick.

Examples of usage:

1) The manner in which the brothers are spoken of in connection with His mother suggests that He and they bore to her the same relation. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) I hope their coming won't bore you, Richard. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) Life in general, in fact, was rather a bore. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.