Definition of Smoors

1. smoor [v] - See also: smoor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smoors

smoocher
smoochers
smooches
smoochfest
smoochier
smoochiest
smoochily
smoochiness
smooching
smoochy
smoochy-woochy
smoodge
smoor
smoored
smooring
smoors (current term)
smoosh
smooshed
smooshes
smooshing
smooshy
smoot
smooted
smooth
smooth-faced
smooth-haired fox terrier
smooth-leaved
smooth-leaved elm
smooth-shaven
smooth-spoken

Literary usage of Smoors

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1. Father Allan's Island by Amy Murray (1920)
"At bed-time the bean-an-tighe smoors it, with one of those incantations that, up to some thirty years past, used to hallow each doing, however homely, ..."

2. Poems, Songs, and Sonnets by Robert Reid (1894)
"... Far liefer wad I hear the blast Roar owre the norlan' main, For Winter's fury smoors the past, And lea's me- man again. In pleasure's lap I lay and ..."

3. Poems, Songs, and Sonnets by Robert Reid (1894)
"... Far liefer wad I hear the blast Roar owre the norlan' main, For Winter's fury smoors the past, And lea's me man again. In pleasure's lap I lay and ..."

4. The Scottish Poets Recent and Living by Alexander G. Murdoch (1883)
"... An' smoors the burgh toon in snaw, Gang to yon loch up by Stonelaw, Yell fin' the men o' ..."

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