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tor

1. A tower; a turret.

2. High-pointed hill; a rocky pinnacle. A rolling range of dreary moors, unbroken by tor or tree. (C. Kingsley)

Origin: AS. Torr; cf. Gael. Torr. Cf. Tower.


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