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MOR

  1. middle-of-the-road(defs 2, 3).
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mor.

  1. morocco.
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Historical Examples of mor

  • To be sure, in Miss Griffinses eyes, this only indeerd him the mor.

    Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

    William Makepeace Thackeray

  • I did: I paid the three-and-six balliance, and never sor 'em mor.

    Burlesques

    William Makepeace Thackeray

  • All right, sir; I'll do my best wi' it; but I'll be mor'n glad when it's safe done.

    Derrick Sterling

    Kirk Monroe

  • "It's mor'n that by road," said the old farmer, taking his pipe from his lips.

    Canoe Boys and Campfires

    William Murray Graydon

  • The name is compounded of two Breton words, mor (sea) and bihan (little).

    Rambles in Brittany

    Francis Miltoun


British Dictionary definitions for mor

mor

noun
  1. a layer of acidic humus formed in cool moist areas where decomposition is slowCompare mull 4
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Word Origin for mor

Danish

MOR

abbreviation for
  1. middle-of-the-road: used esp in radio programming
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Mor.

abbreviation for
  1. Morocco
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