soar vs sore :

soar vs sore

soar or sore

Soar is an upward flight that allows something or someone to hover into the air with little effort.

"Joe once said that he wanted to soar high into the clouds."

Sore is an injured, punctured and infected patch of the skin, like a wound or an injury.

"The sore on my foot has been extremely frustrating."


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Definitions

  • n  the act of rising upward into the air
  • v  rise rapidly
    the dollar soared against the yen
  • v  fly by means of a hang glider
  • v  fly upwards or high in the sky
  • v  go or move upward
    The stock market soared after the cease-fire was announced
  • v  fly a plane without an engine

  • n  an open skin infection
  • s  hurting
  • s  causing misery or pain or distress
    it was a sore trial to him
  • s  roused to anger
    sore over a remark
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