Bors


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Bors

(bɔːs)
(in Arthurian legend) n
1. (European Myth & Legend) one the knights of the Round Table, nephew of Lancelot
2. (European Myth & Legend) an illegitimate son of King Arthur

Bors

(bɔrz)

n.
Sir, a knight of the Round Table, nephew of Lancelot.
References in classic literature ?
"There, how do you manage never to be bored by things?
At length, on the 22d of September, less than a twelvemonth after Barbicane's original proposition, the enormous weapon, accurately bored, and exactly vertically pointed, was ready for work.
On his knees, he bored through the head of the first cask until the water rushed out upon the deck and flowed down into the bilge.
"But can you conceive no worse state in the world than being bored?"
I never got bored on a trip like this, if I can make acquaintances and have somebody to talk to.
She saw shrewdly that the world is quickly bored by the recital of misfortune, and willingly avoids the sight of distress.
He forced himself to sit the play out, but he did not know whether he was more bored or nauseated.
"Most certainly it has, Frieda, but that will not prevent me from being bored with the Wilcoxes if I return the call."
'If you would make your own appointment, suggest your own day for permitting me to take you there to dinner, you would be bored and she would be charmed.
My Lady Dedlock says she has been "bored to death."
The surmise of my maturer years is that, bored by her interminable life, the venerable antiquity was simply yawning with ennui at every seam.
I found myself actually bored with the saloon life of the Oakland water-front, and wondered what I had ever found fascinating in it.