Scrabble Word OR

Definition of OR:

  • (used to connect alternatives)
  • ed in logic as a sentential connective that forms a complex sentence which is true when at least one of its constituent sentences is true compare disjunction
  • ether
  • operating room
  • Oregon
  • the heraldic colour gold [n -S]
  • ther
  • used as a function word to indicate an alternative coffee or tea sink or swim, the equivalent or substitutive character of two words or phrases lessen or abate, or approximation or uncertainty in five or six days

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