fore[ fawr, fohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF fore
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORE
I am quick to love, and quick to hate and 'fore God I am loth to part.
Up goes the black flag, and the skull and crossbones to the fore.
Fore and aft were circular partitions of steel, like drumheads.
Then I should hae objections—mair nor ane—to put to the fore!
"Guess I'd pulled eberyting 'fore the ants got over," suggested Willie.
He fell over a baby carriage, and I gained a tack 'fore he got up.
Then, 'fore Hammond could stop her, she run for him and give him a rousing big hug.
Folks have had to pay heavy for breach of promise 'fore now.
I meant to speak to Eri 'bout it 'fore this, but I've had so much on my mind.
It was woman's work that was to the fore, and all idle men were hustled out of the way.