Noun(1) Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948(2) coagulated blood from a wound(3) a piece of cloth that is generally triangular or tapering; used in making garments or umbrellas or sails(4) the shedding of blood resulting in murder
Verb(1) wound by piercing with a sharp or penetrating object or instrument(2) cut into gores
(1) Instead of focusing on blood and gore , she focuses on manuscripts, maps, letters and the places that house them: libraries, archives, and monasteries.(2) Blood and gore has lined every street, and in every corner the echoes of a million screams can be distinctly heard.(3) The blood and gore can cause revulsion even in the most hardy.(4) These images unflinchingly confronted the gore , the naked terror, the arrogant incompetence, the pointless cruelty, the insane devastation of the military nightmare.(5) Titles in this category may contain intense violence, blood and gore , sexual content, and/or strong language.(6) But I think in this day and age, unfortunately, films require a little bit of blood and gore .(7) Generally, as a woman's bust size goes up, so should the gore .(8) I was expecting to see blood and gore , but thankfully the slope in that place was not steep and quite grassy.(9) I was genuinely quite shaken by the film, though - it's all machine guns rattling thunderously in your face and metal clanking noises - but the gore is pretty believable.(10) In addition to the aforementioned bone splinters of the skilled Japanese swordsman, Muldrow uses the skins of the goats that gore him with their horns.(11) Press scrutiny is very limited and declining, as monopolist local papers cut back; and TV news, the dominant source of local information, is far more interested in blood and gore .(12) I cannot just brush off scenes of violence, blood and gore , not to mention senseless killing.(13) the film omitted the blood and gore in order to avoid controversy(14) I found myself squinting and tilting my head, trying to pick out what the surgeons are up to amid the blood and gore .(15) One by one the ghosts are released, all thirsting for some blood and gore .(16) Unlike the rest of the world, our news coverage of the war remains sanitised, without a glimpse of the blood and gore inflicted upon our soldiers or the women and children.