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Look up pore in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Pore may refer to: Contents. [hide] . 1 Biology. 1.1 Animal biology and microbiology; 1.2 Plant ...

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Pore definition, to read or study with steady attention or application: a scholar poring ... It is advice to sift, pore over, and weigh up, with a view to us deciding for  ...

Pore | Definition of Pore by Merriam-Webster


Define pore: to gaze intently. ... Menu. ×. dictionary thesaurus. An Encyclopædia Britannica Company ... What made you want to look up pore? Please tell us ...

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... UP · LISTS · Vocabulary.com Dictionary; Advanced Search; List Builder; Random Word ... When used as a noun, pore means any tiny hole or opening that allows the passage of liquid. In humans, pores are ... Sign up, it's free! Whether you're ...

pore - definition of pore in English | Oxford Dictionaries


a minute opening in a surface, especially the skin or int... Meaning, pronunciation , example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

Pore - definition of pore by The Free Dictionary


Define pore. pore synonyms, pore pronunciation, pore translation, English ... engross, engulf, steep, soak up, immerse, absorb, plunge - devote (oneself) fully to; ...

pore Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary


pore definition, meaning, what is pore: a very small hole in the skin of people or other animals, ... Definition of “pore” - English Dictionary ... Sign up now Log in.

Urban Dictionary: pore


pore. Stemming from the word porous: permeable to outside influences; capable of being penetrated. To have an incredibly weak skill-set in any given sport.

pore | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary


St. James, Ian FINAL RESORTKane brought up the rear of our company, and he seemed able to sense danger through every pore of his skin. David Zindell THE ...

pore (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary


Look up pore at Dictionary.com: "minute opening," late 14c., from Old French pore (14c.) and directly from Latin porus "a pore," from Greek poros "a pore," ...

[pawr, pohr]
to read or study with steady attention or application: a scholar poring over a rare old manuscript.
to gaze earnestly or steadily: to pore over a painting.
to meditate or ponder intently (usually followed by over, on, or upon): He pored over the strange events of the preceding evening.
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