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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtortor /tɔː $ tɔːr/ noun [countable]  British EnglishHEGSG a rocky hill
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torHeather wondered at first whether Miss Poole would dare; it would be asking tor a rematch.Changing our conception of international law could therefore have a bearing on our capacity tor achieving peace.Eugene Goodheart, tor instance, describes Birkin as suffering from a homosexual fear oft women.It is necessary to prepare tor convalescence before you go into hospital if that is at all possible.This is a significant service that we provide tor the profession.But it would be wrong to hold psychoanalysis entirely responsible tor this slippage.