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Sentence count:88Posted:2017-01-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: traditional knowledgeSimilar words: imploredeploreexplorefolkloreunexploredColor.colorpallorMeaning: [lɔr /lɔː]  n. knowledge gained through tradition or anecdote. 
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1. According to local lore, the water has healing properties.
2. Tribal lore and custom have been passed down orally.
3. According to local lore, a ghost still haunts the castle.
4. And miracle cures had become almost religious lore.
5. Snap, Crackle and Pop lore, Kellogg screen savers, etc.
6. The sisters were separated, Lore working as a maid and the others going to foster parents.
7. Celibacy, or Bramacharya, is encountered frequently in Hindu lore and life.
8. There is plenty of lore and legend from Whitehall and Westminster to buttress the case for an imperious premiership.
9. Boxing lore is full of unhappy endings,[] and the same can be said of Toole's stories.
10. It instantly became a curiosity of rock lore, especially because pictures of the costumed, superstar event were published.
11. Local lore has it that the hands belong to a convicted highwayman who would hold up carriage-travellers in the early nineteenth century.
12. He inhales desert lore and data all his waking hours.
13. According to the lore of True Valiance, necromancy in any form was an abomination.
14. Want a glimpse of frontier lore without the commercialism and crowds?
15. But snippets and fragments of legend and lore had filtered in from somewhere.
16. Poshekhonov ladled out the lore of the Correctional Labour Colonies.
17. Lore will never forget her first meeting with Miss Harder: After a few months the three girls began to settle down.
18. In Hindu lore, Rama is an incarnation of the god Vishnu.
19. Lisa Lore was appointed as an associate athletic director at USC.
20. From Druidic lore to the Christmas kiss, bird and berry hid secrets in the winter night.
21. A persistent, recurrent theme; a single strand of ancient lore in the weave.
22. Historically change has been limited in extent since traditional lore and experience play a greater part in extensive systems.
23. He certainly had no intention of allowing the old lore concerning herbs to die out.
24. His 20 points against Oregon State a week ago were just 10 shy of his career total and instantly became Bruin lore.
25. I know the portents of my new habitat, I have been learning my local lore.
26. They evoke romantic images of humming orchard hives and summer sweetness, presided over by veiled eccentrics steeped in arcane lore.
27. It might be said that this constitutes the bulk of market lore and wisdom.
28. The museum car also features computer games and quizzes to test visitors' knowledge of train lore and station architecture.
29. These traditions include ceremonies of initiation, standard dress, leisure activities, music, occupational legends and lore.
30. They are computer programs pumped full of plain old knowledge and heuristics lore from experts who lend their wisdom.
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