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The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer, but rather what they miss.
Thomas Carlyle
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See also fore-, and före

English

Etymology 1

From Old English fore.

Pronunciation

Adjective

fore (comparative former, superlative foremost)

Positive
fore

Comparative
former

Superlative
foremost

  1. Former; occurring earlier (in some order).
    Of apples and oranges, I choose the fore fruit.
    When weighing the importance of wealth and happiness, do not assume the fore can buy the latter.
  2. Forward; at or toward the front (with respect to locality.)
    The fore cabin is near the bow.
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Interjection

fore

  1. (golf) An exclamation yelled to inform players a ball is moving in their direction.
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Noun

Singular
fore

Plural
-

fore (-)
  1. The front.
    The fore was painted white.
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Related terms

Etymology 2

  • Inflected form of fare.

Verb

fore

  1. Simple past of fare.

Ido

Adjective

fore

  1. far

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