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Definition for ora (2 of 2)
noun, plural o·ras, o·rae [awr-ee, ohr-ee]. /ˈɔr i, ˈoʊr i/.
Origin of ora2
Example sentences from the Web for ora
King, whose programs also run on Ora TV and Hulu, has yet to arrive at such a conclusion.
“If he talked to the people at Ora TV and they could work it out, I would do it,” he said.After CNN Cancels Morgan, Larry King Says: I Could Come Back|Lloyd Grove|February 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ora told Marie Claire UK that she has "always loved Rimmel growing up" and the opportunity was "like a dream come true."
The news comes just days after Ora made her catwalk debut at the DKNY show--for whom she is the face.
In her latest stint Ora replaced her BFF and self-proclaimed wifey, Cara Delevingne, as the face of as the face of DKNY.Chinese First Lady Nabs A Spot on Vanity Fair's International Best Dressed List; Rita Ora Replaces BFF Cara Delevingne as Face of DKNY|The Fashion Beast Team|July 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Canticles and litanies were sung: "Virgo potens, ora pro nobis."
Again the people fell upon their knees, and called out, "Sancta Rosalia, ora pro nobis!"The Devil's Elixir|E. T. A. Hoffmann
The Ora is a regular wind coming from the east which, on reaching the 459 lake, blows from S. to N.
He could not bear the sight of the stuff, sitting there in the damp cavern with Ora's blue eyes regarding him in the dim light.Creatures of Vibration|Harl Vincent
Strangely enough his name (which was tied to his halter) was 'Ora Pro Nobis,' a not inapt cognomen for a padré's horse.With The Immortal Seventh Division|E. J. Kennedy and the Lord Bishop of Winchester