Definition of "-or" []

  • (suffix) One that performs a specified action: accelerator.
  • (suffix) State; quality; activity: valor.

Use "-or" in a sentence

  • "Nobody is surprised -or bothered- to see Robert De Niro or Al Pacino on the cover of a magazine."
  • "Maybe from the developing world we can redefine -or even improve- the concept of development."
  • "I figure these days moms--and dads--need to grab a break whenever they can, whether on a business trip or traveling with the kids and there's nothing like a spa -or a stay in a hotel where you are pampered from check in to check out--to accomplish that goal."

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