Bore [noun]

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So he bore down on the solemn declaration that she stood face to face with a prison term for perjury.

Each picture bore a label, giving a true description of the once-honoured gem.

Haggard merely played for the excitement, and Spunyarn because it was a lesser bore to play than to look on.

He rose upon it, it was under him, he felt its lift and irresistible momentum; almost it bore him up the steps.

He bore a distinguished part in the war in South Carolina, and was closely identified with the early history of the state.

Whether in its public or private circumstances, all bore the marks of universal excommunication.

Her voice was stern; it bore to the girl's ears a subtle, unworded repetition of the threat the Marquise had already voiced.

In spite of the huge dotation he received, the Marshal added this supposed slight to the many grudges he bore his master.

Wellington himself bore testimony to Soult's virtues, maintaining that of the Marshals he was second only to Massna.

Ramona herself bore no impress of sorrow; rather her face had now an added radiance.