Having a shore, often one of a specified type. (adjective)
Past participle of shore (verb)
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Use "shored" in a sentence
"Alex Ovechkin shored up my vote for MVP when I saw him score twice in the third period on the Red Wings in Washington back in January."
"The Bible tells me so, but my faith in the truthfulness of the Word is shored up by a number of relatively recent discoveries in physics, math, astronomy, and chemistry that have confirmed that the universe had a definite beginning."
"It had become apparent to one or two more practical and sober-minded in the party, that certain portions of the "Blazing Star" tunnel (owing, perhaps, to the exigencies of a flattering annual dividend) were economically and imperfectly "shored" and supported, and were, consequently, unsafe, insecure, and to be avoided."