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Answer for the clue "Fill with tears or shed tears", 4 letters:
tore

Alternative clues for the word tore

Raced

Rent

Ruptured

Ran like mad

Ripped

Went lickety-split

Came apart at the seams

Ignored the speed limit

Pulled to pieces

Sped

Ran

Hightailed it

Dashed

Drove like mad

Rushed headlong

Split

Burned up the road

Hurried

Skedaddled

Went like the dickens

Streaked

Shredded

Zipped

Whizzed (through)

Barreled along

Raced (through)

Blazed

Flew

Burned up the highway

Rushed

Went fast

*Made tracks

Went 80, say

Floored it

Moved with force

Bolted

Went like heck

Careered

Went like hell

Barreled

Drove like a demon

Move quickly and violently

Strip of feathers

To separate or be separated by force

Separate or cause to separate abruptly

Commonly the lowest molding at the base of a column

Move precipitously or violently

Lacerated

Anagram for rote

Ran hastily

Cannonballed

Went like sixty

Rushed around

Burned rubber

Ripped or zipped

Zoomed

Double-timed

Attacked, with "into"

Pulled apart

Wrenched

Large convex molding

Convex molding

Went swiftly

Went like 60

Sped madly

Made haste

Sprinted

Ran very fast

Ripped or ripped along

Hied

Word definitions for tore in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES tore...ligament ▪ He tore a ligament in his left knee.

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tear \Tear\ (t[^a]r), v. t. [imp. Tore (t[=o]r), ((Obs. Tare ) (t[^a]r); p. p. Torn (t[=o]rn); p. pr. & vb. n. Tearing .] [OE. teren, AS. teran; akin to OS. farterian to destroy, D. teren to consume, G. zerren to pull, to tear, zehren to consume, Icel....

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 1 (context dialectal or obsolete English) hard, difficult; wearisome, tedious. 2 (context dialectal or obsolete English) strong, sturdy; great, massive. 3 (context dialectal or obsolete English) full; rich. alt. 1 (context dialectal or obsolete...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a drop of the clear salty saline solution secreted by the lacrimal glands; "his story brought tears to her eyes" [syn: teardrop ] an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings" [syn: rip...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Tõre is a village in Leisi Parish , Saare County in western Estonia . Category:Villages in Saare County

Usage examples of tore.

A volley of gunfire tore into the Aberrant creature and it squawked in fury, but it would not let go of its prize.

Revenge and the hatred for the monsters that tore my body apart, were my major incentives to keep the search for Adeem alive.

The spiky handwriting on the airmail envelope from London was obviously hers, and Pug tore it open with more eagerness than he wanted to feel.

He tore away some of the scarlet fringe, then offered Alfin a hand-sized piece of the white interior.

They tore that open, and there was the hay-rope lying stretched down alongst his breast, so fresh that they saw at first sight that it was made of risp, a sort of long sword-grass that grows about marshes and the sides of lakes.

As the aeroplane tore higher into the thin atmosphere, out of the window Mandelstim could see the many, many camps, each a white clearing in the forest, like patches of nervous alopecia in a dark green beard.

Those glistening, dripping fangs were an inch from his legs when he squeezed the trigger, the rifle recoiling into his shoulder as the heavy slug tore through the arachnid and it stopped dead.

As it tore down the autobahn toward Frankfurt, the bumping caused the heavy springs above the front wheels to retract slightly, crushing the small bulb between the jaws of the bomb trigger to fragments of glass.

They prostrated themselves in salaams and tore off their tulbands and beat their bare heads on the floor, and did not desist until my father distributed bakhshish among them, at which they saw us off with broad smiles and commendations to the protection of Allah.

One swung the bell-like muzzle of his balister toward Pandaras, and then there was a wave of earth and fire which tore the world away.

Breakfast dishes went flying, shattering, mess tables upended, lockers spilled open, and in the belowdeck barbettes, massive gun turrets tore free from their housings and tumbled grindingly down the slanting platforms, crushing crewmen.

He tore his eyes away just in time to see a Bludger bearing down on him, and he ducked.

Wakje was caught on submerged debris till he tore free and came up spitting.

A moment later De Coude was apologizing to his host as he tore open the envelope.

I tore her night-gown to rags, but I could not tear it entirely off her.