- devonshire cream,
- devonshire split,
Word Origin for devoré
Examples from the Web for devoré
"Look at what Sharron Angle did raising $14 million," DeVore says.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO just spent $5.5 million of her own money to beat Rep. Tom Campbell and Assemblyman Chuck DeVore.
Devore, for his part, said he was loathe to tinker with Senate traditions.
"So far as any publicity is good publicity, you could say that about a car wreck on the side of the freeway," Devore said.
"If I beat Barbara Boxer, we will have taken over the Senate," Devore said.
To Devore's credit also I will say that he didn't run to the chief, bearing complaints of the major's hopeless incompetency.
DeVore was conscious of a wave of hopeless fury, and a fleeting glimpse of Morely's face, framed by brilliant flame.Final Weapon|Everett B. Cole
And in a minute or two more Devore came down looking happy and unhappy and embarrassed and exalted, all of them at once.
And while we were doing this Devore framed a triple-deck, black-face head.
I've always been satisfied—and so has Devore—that if the blow had landed true his skull would have caved in like a puff-ball.