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Adjective: fore  for
  1. (seafaring) situated at or toward the bow of a vessel
Noun: fore  for
  1. Front part of a vessel or aircraft
    "he pointed the fore of the boat toward the finish line";
    - bow[3], prow, stem
Adverb: fore  for
  1. Near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane
    "the captain went fore to check the instruments";
    - forward
Combining form: fore-  for
  1. Front, in front of, before

Sounds like: fore, four, f

Derived forms: fores

See also: foremost, forward, front

Type of: front

Antonym: aft

Part of: vessel, watercraft

Encyclopedia: Fore, County Westmeath