- the process or act of teaching; instruction.
- something that is taught; lesson.
Origin of lore1
OTHER WORDS FROM lorelore·less, adjective
Words nearby lore
Definition for lores (2 of 3)
Origin of lore2
Definition for lores (3 of 3)
adjective Computers, Informal.
Origin of lo-res
Example sentences from the Web for lores
They are distinguished from their allies by having the lores covered with feathers, and the tarsus reticulated back and front.British Sea Birds|Charles Dixon
Similar to the last but with the superciliary line paler and the yellow reduced to a spot on the lores.The Bird Book|Chester A. Reed
Smallest of our Vireos; crown ashy, lores and eye-ring whitish.What Bird is That?|Frank M. Chapman
A richer, half concealed, orange crown patch is acquired; the lores and adjacent parts become grayer, the anteorbital spot darker.
Adult female: Resembles adult male, but smaller with less blue and more gray on crown; lores and anterior forehead lighter.The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3|Rollin H. Baker