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gor

[gawr] /gɔr/
interjection, British Dialect.
1.
(used as a mild oath.)
2.
(used as an exclamation of surprise or disbelief.)
Also, cor.
Origin of gor
See origin at gorblimey
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  • Something in gor's face told Rawson that his companion was troubled.

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  • He fired the questions out with furious eagerness, and gor replied.

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  • "It is all that is left," said gor, when Rawson interrupted his narrative.

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  • He had tried to talk to gor, tried to tell him of his own limitations.

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  • He who was then gor and his followers fought with the others.

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  • Then gor followed the Pathway to the Light, though he sealed it as you know.

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  • gor brought, too, a little box which he carried with great difficulty.

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  • Rawson's reply was not an answer to gor so much as it was an argument with himself.

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  • gor, I—I liked the fun, and so I thumpt away, and hiss'd as lustily as the best of 'em.

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  • gor' gon—a monster of fearful aspect, a daughter of Phorkys and Ceto.

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