Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bore.(verb)
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Use "bores" in a sentence
"JimmyP, the reason copper clad stainless steel pots and pans don't show signs of the pitting that's associated with copper residue in rifle bores is because the copper on the pots and pans are clad together at the subatomic level - the electrons between the two metals are already stabilized through a (covalent) bonding process."
"'Nonsense, Lizzie,' said Anne, laughing; 'I am sure I have heard plenty of clever people talk, about sensible things too, and never did I hear them called bores, or blue, or any of your awful et ceteras either.'"
"Besides, I long to be on the move; Paris, London, the world, in short, bores me, bores me, bores me! ""