The act or process of one who or that which bores since the boring of cannon the bland of piles and ship timbers by particular marine mollusks
- so with a lack of interest regarding cause psychological weariness
- the act of drilling
- the act of drilling a hole within the earth within the hope of producing petroleum
- of Bore
- The work or procedure for one that, or what, bores; since, the humdrum of cannon; the humdrum of piles and ship timbers by certain marine mollusks.
- A hole created by humdrum.
- The chips or fragments created by boring.
mid-15c., "activity of piercing," from bore (v.). From 1853 in mention of the animals that bore; 1840 when you look at the feeling "wearying, causing ennui."
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bore
- (letter.) The act or process of one who, or that which, bores; as, the humdrum of cannon; the humdrum of piles and ship timbers by particular marine mollusks.
- (letter.) A hole made by humdrum.
- (n.) The chips or fragments created by boring.
In the first instance, a smaller cutting frame is used, boring a hole from 3 to 5 ft.