mora[ mawr-uh, mohr-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF mora
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORA
Such is the tale of the destruction of the Lacedaemonian mora.
With a joyous heart he turned about and hurried back to Mora.
After tea Mrs. Mora insisted on Olive's retiring for the night.
"I must have it at any price," says the Nabob, hooked by the name of Mora.
It is not an extraordinary thing to meet Mora in the Bois on a Sunday.
Was it not enough that at such a moment a man like Mora had given him a thought?
One must do to Mora the justice of admitting that he was no follower of the crowd.
Mora was what was seen in France and throughout Europe of the Empire.
"You lose Mora, but you regain me; so things are equalized," said the banker tranquilly.
It was one of the poor Nabob's pretensions to know men as well as Mora.