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fore

1. short for foremast
2. fore and aft located at or directed towards both ends of a vessel

fore

[fȯr]
(naval architecture)
The front part of a ship.
In the direction of or toward the bow.
References in classic literature ?
He emphasised the difference between fore and aft generally by rubbing Harvey's nose along a few feet of the boom, and the lead of each rope was fixed in Harvey's mind by the end of the rope itself.
"Dad he's jest allowed you'll be wuth your salt maybe 'fore you're draownded.
"I helped bait up trawl ashore 'fore I could well walk," he said.
Captain Doane coolly surveyed the big automatic, while at the fore of his consciousness burned a vision of his flat buildings in San Francisco.
"If his issue was with me not being the first person to say fore, does he have a point, does he not have a point?
The Oban kid reacted furiously after the American failed to shout fore on Friday as his wayward drive pitched into the Portrush crowd and struck his caddie Greg Milne's mother.
"His ball goes into the crowd, we're shouting fore as the ball is coming into the crowd and he's just standing watching it.
During Naidu's tenure, huge corruption took place and knowing that the incumbent government will conduct an inquiry and all his ill-deeds would come to the fore, he asked him to join BJP."
Fore, the UNICEF executive director, said in a statement.
Team FTS outplayed team FTB (Fore The Boys) via a 5-4 scoring output on three events namely, Individual, Best Ball and the Hi/Lo.