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Definition funny of Blore:

urban1. (British) An exclamation of delight, used to express extreme pleasure. Often uttered in a high-pitched squeak. 2. (British) A person of high stature or one held in great esteem.

urban1. "...and when the great man went up to the stage, the audience could not stop screaming 'Blore! BLORE!'" 2. "...that guy is on the way to becoming a true Blore..."

urbanBitch, slut, and whore all in one word.

urban"Omg! I can't believe she stole your boyfriend!" "Omg I know. She's such a blore."

urbanThe late night meal, always occurring after dinner. Time range is usually between 12-3

urbanBondi: Damn dude, I'm starving! Dinner was like, hours ago. Sam: I could go for a diner meal right now. Josh: Then let's eat some blore

urbana combination of bloodshed and war

songs

Songs about Blore:

songsSaturday Night Blore (Digital Exclusive) by Cosmic Groove Transmission from the Album CGT Unreleased Pt 1

books

Books about Blore:

booksBlore's English Monuments by Edward Blore (1826)

booksSwinscoe, Blore and the Bassetts by David Swinscoe, Martine Swinscoe and Anthony Blore (Dec 1998)

booksAn history of the manor, and manor-house, of South Winfield, in Derbyshire. By Tho. Blore, ... by Thomas Blore (Sep 14, 2012)

booksA Guide To Burghley House, Northamptonshire [by T. Blore]. by Thomas Blore (Sep 10, 2011)

booksThe Jockey on the Carrousel- Jerome Kern's "I Dream too Much," Starring Lily Pons with Henry Fonda, Osgood Perkins... (1935)

booksOkay, Okay, I Wrote The Book [Paperback] [2012] (Author) Chuck Blore (2012)

booksL'Affaire Blore (French Edition) by Scailquin Willy

wiki

Wiki information Blore:

Eric Blore
Actor, Film actor, Deceased Person, Person or entity appearing in film, Influence Node, Person

Eric Blore was an English comic actor. Blore was born in Finchley, Middlesex, England.

Blore
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

Blore is a small village and parish in the Staffordshire Moorlands District of England. It is on an acclivity above Dovedale, three and a half miles north west of Ashbourne, including the hamlet of Swinscoe, one mile to the south and a part of the...