verb (used with object)
Origin of bork
Examples from the Web for bork
[M]ost fail to mention that antitrust, the law of competitive marketplaces, is the first area where Bork left his mark.
And Bork would never have thought that anyone owed him a word of thanks.
Bork did not meet these ordinary American consumers or businesses.
According to Bork, Richardson agreed to do so but he never did.
When I asked Richardson why he never defended Bork at the time—or later—his answer was classic Washington: “No one asked me.”
So Bork and Thorkel both ran forward and were quicker than Thorgeir.The story of Burnt Njal|Anonymous
Bork drew a set of phials and implements in miniature size from under his robe.
He heard Nema gasp, but felt Bork's fingers press against his arm reassuringly.
"Nobody thought it was sinking when I deserted," Bork reminded her.
"Hatching is probably always horrible from inside the shell," Bork answered.
Word Origin and History for bork
1987, "to discredit a candidate for some position by savaging his or her career and beliefs," from name of U.S. jurist Robert H. Bork (1927-2012), whose Supreme Court nomination in 1987 was rejected after an intense counter-campaign.