Definition of Tore:
cut, rip an object
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Sentence/Example of Tore:
Then he stopped, tore off his shirt, and ripped it with his right hand and his teeth into strips.
All you had to do when you got it inside a man was to turn it round a bit, and the wound gaped and tore.
The bond was delivered to Fox, who tore it up and flung the pieces into the fire.
Well, I tore myself away from the dear place to get at my work.
He tore out the list and put it in his pocket; then he sat for a time, thinking.
The house is all tore up—we been tryin' t' clean house a little.
At the head of the stairs Linda took the cheque that she carried and tore it into bits.
He tore a narrow strip from the paper and sifted in a little tobacco.
Then they tore out the dam, rinsed the screen and spread it over a rock to dry.
John took the letter in his trembling fingers and tore it open.