Bore and Time


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Bore noun – Someone or something boring.
Time is an antonym for bore.
Nearby Words: boring, bored, borer
Antonyms for Bore


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Time noun – An exciting or noteworthy event that one experiences firsthand.
Usage example: enjoys telling us about the times he had while he was in the army

Bore is an antonym for time.
Nearby Words: timed, timely, timing, timeout, timeliness
Antonyms for Time
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How words are described

full full bore full time
total total bore total time
real real bore real time

Common collocations

people bore people time people
water bore water time water

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Batman: Arkham Series Origins is full bore; despite hyping Black Mask up as the Big Bad, it was Joker the entire time.
  • Cargo Ship Not only are they stated to have had sex (just that one time, and she was drunk) but she got pregnant and bore its half-human, half-armoured fighting vehicle offspring.
    Source: Cargo Ship
  • Cover Identity Anomaly In addition, the format of the certificate bore no resemblance to that used in Kenya at the time.
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Time and Bore. (2016). Retrieved 2021, May 07, from
Bore & Time. N.p., 2016. Web. 07 May. 2021. <>.
Time or Bore. 2016. Accessed May 07, 2021.

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