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yores

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yores

  1. Eye dialect spelling of yours.
    • 1907, Emerson Hough, The Way of a Man[1]:
      "Whut business is this here of yores?"
    • 1921, William Patterson White, The Heart of the Range[2]:
      You leave that gun alone, and lemme tell you, stranger, while we're together, that I want to buy that pup of yores.
    • 1930, Ward M. Stevens, Kid Wolf of Texas[3]:
      Scotty, yores is the hombre on the west, ridin' the pinto.