tyllu, diflasu, dyllu, ddiflasu, ebillio, nhyllu, niflasu, thyllutyllfedd, eger, borau, dyllfedd, dyllfeddau, egerau, fôr, forau, heger, bôr, môr, morau, nhyllfedd, nhyllfeddau, tyllfeddau, thyllfedd, thyllfeddau, hegeraudiflasasem, diflasaf, diflasai, diflasais, diflasaist, diflasan, diflasant, diflasasai, diflased, diflasasech, diflasa’, diflasasent, diflasasid, diflasasit, diflasasoch, diflasasom, diflasaswn, diflasech, diflasasant, diflasiff, diflasem, diflasen, diflasent, diflaser, diflases, diflasest, diflaset, diflasi, dyllo, dyllasit, diflasir, diflasith, diflaso, diflasoch, diflasodd, diflasom, diflason, diflasid, dyllais, diflaswch, diflaswn, diflaswyd, diflaswyf, diflasych, dylla, dylla’, dyllaf, dyllasid, dyllent, dyllaist, dyllan, dyllant, dyllasai, dyllasant, dyllasech, dyllasem, dyllasent, dyller, dyllasoch, dyllasom, dyllaswn, dyllech, dylled, dyllem, dyllen, diflasont, ddiflasont, dylles, dyllest, dyllet, dylli, dyllid, dylliff, dyllir, dyllith, dyllych, dylloch, dyllodd, dyllom, dyllon, dyllont, dyllwch, dyllwn, dyllwyd, ddiflasasant, ddiflasech, ddiflasa, ddiflasa’, ddiflasai, ddiflasais, ddiflasaist, ddiflasan, ddiflasant, ddiflasasai, diflasa, ddiflasasech, ddiflasasem, ddiflasasent, ddiflasasid, ddiflasasit, ddiflasasoch, ddiflasasom, ddiflasaswn, dyllwyf, ddiflasem, ddiflasen, ddiflasent, ddiflaser, ddiflases, ddiflasest, ddiflaset, ddiflasi, ddiflaswch, ddiflasiff, ddiflasir, ddiflasith, ddiflaso, ddiflasoch, ddiflasodd, ddiflasom, ddiflason, ebilliai, ebilliasent, ddiflaswn, ddiflaswyd, ddiflaswyf, ddiflasych, ebilli, ebillia, ebillia’, ebilliaf, ddiflasid, ebilliais, ebilliaist, ebillian, ebilliant, ebilliasai, ebilliasant, ebilliasech, ebilliasem, dyllai, ebilliasid, ebilliasit, ebilliasoch, ebilliasom, ebilliaswn, ebillid, ebilliech, ebillied, ebilliom, ebillient, ebillier, ebillies, ebilliest, ebilliet, ebilliff, ebillio, ebilliwyf, ebilliodd, ebillien, ebillion, ebilliont, ebillir, ebillith, ebilliwch, ebilliwn, ebilliwyd, ebillioch, hebilliant, ebilliych, hebilli, hebillia, hebillia’, hebilliaf, hebilliai, hebilliais, hebilliaist, tyllasent, hebillith, hebilliasai, hebilliasant, hebilliasech, hebilliasem, hebilliasent, hebilliasid, hebilliasit, hebillian, hebillies, hebilliasom, hebilliaswn, hebillid, hebilliech, hebillied, hebilliem, hebillien, hebillient, hebillir, tyllaf, hebilliest, hebilliet, hebilliff, hebillio, hebillioch, hebilliodd, hebilliom, hebilliont, tyllai, hebilliwch, hebilliwn, hebilliwyd, hebilliwyf, hebilliych, tylla, tylla’, hebilliasoch, thyllasoch, tyllais, tyllaist, tyllan, tyllant, tyllasai, tyllasant, tyllasech, tyllasem, tyllent, tyllasid, tyllasit, tyllasoch, tyllasom, tyllaswn, tyllech, tylled, tyllem, tyllith, tyllwyd, tyller, tylles, tyllest, tyllet, tylli, tyllid, tylliff, tyllir, ebilliem, tyllo, tylloch, tyllodd, tyllom, tyllon, tyllont, tyllwch, tyllwn, tyllen, tyllwyf, tyllych, thylla, thylla’, thyllaf, thyllai, thyllais, thyllaist, thyllasom, thyllant, thyllasai, thyllasant, thyllasech, thyllasem, thyllasent, thyllasid, thyllasit, thyllest, thyllodd, thyllaswn, thyllech, thylled, thyllem, thyllen, thyllent, thyller, thylles, thyllan, thyllet, thylli, thyllid, thylliff, thyllir, thyllith, thyllo, thylloch, hebillier, thyllom, thyllon, thyllont, thyllwch, thyllwn, thyllwyd, thyllwyf, thyllych
Noun(1) a person who evokes boredom(2) a high wave (often dangerous, as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary(3) diameter of a tube or gun barrel(4) a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes
Verb(1) have(2) cause to be born(3) put up with something or somebody unpleasant(4) move while holding up or supporting(5) bring forth(6) take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person(7) contain or hold; have within(8) bring in(9) have on one's person(10) behave in a certain manner(11) have rightfully; of rights, titles, and offices(12) support or hold in a certain manner(13) be pregnant with(14) cause to be bored(15) make a hole, especially with a pointed power or hand tool
(1) bore a hole in the wall to pass the cable through(2) I think he has simply demonstrated once again why he has become such a crashing bore .(3) Despite all the difficulties the two ends of the tunnel bore met as planned in 1916.(4) That notion of filmmaking seemed like a bore then and seems like a bore now.(5) Earl is so enmeshed in his youngest son's identity that he becomes a bore .(6) Even a small amount of snow, mud, excess lubricant, or grease in the bore can dangerously increase pressure and cause the barrel to bulge or burst when firing.(7) She on the other hand is a complete washout and a complete bore .(8) He has spoken honestly about the damage a lifetime of shooting big bore handguns has done to his body.(9) It's like reading the same book over and over again: it becomes a bore .(10) It was taken to Ilam to pump water for domestic supply from an artesian bore near the water wheel to a water tank on a tower beside the homestead.(11) You always were a headache and you always were a bore .(12) Ever seen the front of those machines they use to bore subway tunnels?(13) At some point he armed himself with a 12- bore pump action shotgun which was capable of holding up to 5 cartridges, and loaded the gun.(14) Being parallel to the bore , the rails offered a mounting solution that aimed the light perfectly.(15) With all of the reality shows that make TV watching a complete bore , I was glad to finally see something new, fresh, absorbing and entertaining.(16) The inside bore might be 12 in, but the barrels are well over a metre in diameter at the base.
(1) bear :: arth
2. dullard ::
3. gauge ::
4. aegir ::
5. bore-hole ::
6. stultify ::
7. drill ::
8. tire ::
Different Formsbore, bored, boredom, bores, boring
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A year later, she BORE her Khal a daughter.
How did he show his happiness?
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 4
And I won't BORE you
with the details, but he's...
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 13
Honestly, what I do
would BORE you senseless.
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 13
My sister loved him. She BORE his children.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1
For the love I BORE your lord husband...
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 6
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