"Bore: a person who talks when you wish him to listen"
"The way to be a bore is to say everything"
"He was not only a bore; he bored for England"
"A bore is a man who, when you ask him how he is, tells you"
"A healthy male adult bore consumes each year one and a half times his own weight in other people's patience"
"Some people can stay longer in an hour than others can in a week"
to bear gifts
to bear an expense
to bear children
to bear fruit
she couldn't bear him
his story does not bear scrutiny
to bear a grudge,
I'll bear that idea in mind
he still bears the scars
to bear gossip
she bore her head high
his account bears no relation to the facts
the way bears east
See bear a hand
See bring to bear
A relationship that fails to affirm them is sure to bore them, creating a desire to look elsewhere.MOON ASTROLOGY FOR LOVERS (2002)
Adrina bore the insults stoically, letting Cratyn defend his decision to his vassals.TREASON KEEP (2001)
An alliance with Aragón in the twelfth to fourteenth centuries bore the greatest fruit for the Catalans in terms of glory.Country Life (2005)
Born in Lugano in 1947, she began her career as a local lawyer, married, and bore a son.Glasgow Herald (2001)
Every other likely surface in the flat bore a light scattering of powder.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
He studied law and married the daughter of a top military commander who bore him three sons.Globe and Mail (2003)
Officials said the attack bore little resemblance to four suicide bombings in Istanbul in November that killed dozens of people.canada.com (2004)
The three policemen watched in silence, not broken till the men bore their sad burden out of the apartment.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
They married in November 1947; Elizabeth bore Prince Charles a year later.Glasgow Herald (2001)