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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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Correct spelling:
tore
Definition:
The surface described by the circumference of a circle revolving about a straight line in its own plane.

Synonyms:

adjective
streaked
barred, brindled, grooved, linear, marked, pied, ridged, streaky, striate, striped, tore, variegated, veined, Lineate, Whelked, Whelky, Striated, Strigose, liny.
noun
artifact
tore, torus.
tore
torus.
verb
break
annihilate, batter, burst, bust, crash, crush, demolish, disintegrate, eradicate, finish off, fracture, fragment, part, shatter, shiver, smash, snap, splinter, tear, torpedo, total, bust up, make hash of, make mincemeat of, pull to pieces, trash*.
bustle
bestir, dust, flit, flutter, fuss, hasten, hum, hustle, scamper, scramble, scurry, scuttle, stir, whirl, whisk.
charge
assail, assault, buck, bushwhack, invade, jump on, lunge, mug, stampede, storm, blindside.
chase
chivy, drive, drive away, expel, follow, go after, hound, hunt, seek, track, track down, trail, run down, shag, take off after, bird-dog.
claw
dig, graze, hurt, itch, maul, open, rip, scrabble, scrap, scrape.
damage
abuse, bleach, blight, burn, contaminate, corrode, corrupt, cripple, deface, defile, dirty, discolor, disfigure, dismantle, fade, gnaw, harm, incapacitate, infect, maim, maltreat, mar, pollute, ravage, rot, ruin, rust, scathe, scorch, spoil, stab, stain, tarnish, undermine, vitiate, weaken, wear away, wound, wreck, wrong, bang up, tamper with, wreak havoc on.
dart
bound, cast, flash, float, heave, hurtle, launch, pitch, plunge, sail, scoot, scud, skim, sprint, spurt, start, throw, thrust, whiz, move quickly.
halved
bifurcated, branched, cut, divided, forked, parted, ripped, ruptured, severed, slitted, split, torn, Bisected, Halved, Rented, cleaved, axed, fissured.
ran
bounded, dashed, hurried, run, rushed, scrambled, Cantered, Darted, Galloped, Jogged, Loped, Plunged, Raced, Ran, Scampered, Trotted, Sprinted, scooted, scurried.
tear
boil, bolt, break, career, charge, chase, claw, cleave, course, damage, dart, dash, divide, extract, fling, fly, fray, frazzle, gallop, gash, grab, hurry, impair, incise, injure, jigsaw, lacerate, lash, mangle, mutilate, pluck, pull, race, rend, ribbon, rift, rive, run, rupture, rush, scratch, seize, separate, sever, shoot, shred, slash, slit, speed, split, spring, sunder, wrench, wrest, yank, zoom, pull apart, crack, snatch, evulse.
Examples of usage:
  1. Then she tore herself away. – A Maker of History by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  2. The men who had hold of his arms let go of him, and quick as a flash Ralles tore the papers in two. – The Great K. & A. Robbery by Paul Liechester Ford
  3. Emilia tore up her first letter, and replied:- " Come here at once. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  4. The baby, at this noise, woke; the old man tore his hair. – Iermola by Joseph Ignatius Kraszewksi
  5. He tore it between his teeth, he leaned his head upon his hand, he stared at the blank paper before him. – The Italians by Frances Elliot

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