What is the
difference between Soar and Sore and Sour?
What is the difference between Soar and Sore and Sour? :
Soar : (verb)
( 1 ) Go up high in the air quickly
The jet soared into the air.
( 2 ) Rise rapidly
Prices are soaring.
Sore : (adjective)
( 1 ) Aching, tender and painful
Hurting when touched or used
He has a sore throat.
My leg is still very sore.
( 2 ) Irritated
Hurt and angry
I feel sore about not being invited to dinner.
She is still sore at me.
( 3 ) Serious
They are in sore need of financial help.
Sour : (adjective)
( 1 ) Having a sharp taste (like that of a lemon, etc…)
This apple is really sour.
( 2 ) Tasting or smelling sharp and unpleasant
The milk has turned sour.
( 3 ) Having or showing a bad temper
He is a sour and disillusioned man.
What a sour face she has?
Sour : (verb)
( 1 ) Cause someone / something to become sour
The hot weather soured the milk.
The old man has been soured by abject poverty.
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