Associations to the word «Fore»
FORE, adjective. (obsolete) Former; occurring earlier (in some order); previous. [15th-18th c.]
FORE, adjective. Forward; situated towards the front (of something). [from 16th c.]
FORE, interjection. (golf) An exclamation yelled to inform players a ball is moving in their direction.
FORE, noun. The front; the forward part of something; the foreground.
FORE, adverb. In the part that precedes or goes first; opposed to aft, after, back, behind, etc.
FORE, adverb. (obsolete) Formerly; previously; afore.
FORE, adverb. (nautical) In or towards the bows of a ship.
FORE, verb. Simple past tense of fare
FORE, proper noun. A people of Papua New Guinea.
FORE, proper noun. Their language.
FORE AND AFT, adverb. (nautical) From the bow of a ship to the stern; lengthwise.
FORE AND AFT, adverb. At both ends of a vessel.
FORE AND AFT, adverb. Everywhere on a vessel.
FORE EDGE, noun. The edge of a book, book section, or illustration opposite the backbone
FORE WING, noun. (entomology) (in an insect) Either member of the pair of wings closest to the head.
FORE WINGS, noun. Plural of fore wing
FORE, noun. Front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line".
FORE, adverb. Near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane; "the captain went fore (or forward) to check the instruments".
FORE, adjective. Situated at or toward the bow of a vessel.
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