Lore in a sentence as a noun

That just doesn't jive with the tired lore of Jobs being an ******* all the time.

At least the meeting rooms all have lore names, however.

There was so much lore online as to the types of questions they'd ask and how to prepare.

[+] Edit: As pointed out below, the "sitting on their thumbs" may just be local lore, and not true.

A bit of Silly Valley lore: Go graph "Company builds a new campus" against "Company stock falls like a rock.

\nThe purported link between carrots and markedly acute vision is a matter of lore, not of science.

And it's lore of the deliberately manufactured type.

* Move to Delhi/NCR region - it is close to CH, and not as far as B'lore/Chennai/Hyderabad, and you have globally respected brands here.

Its much-lauded lore, while compelling and among the best in video games, is comparable to any second-rate novel.

These background assumptions aren’t true, of course, but just part of the ambient lore of joke-telling, in which we suspend our disbelief in magic and so forth.

Overall I think that makes sense, because it's the only real way of verifying that it's not just fans writing impossible-to-verify opinion or lore.

Are these just the mythical basement dwelling trolls of Slashdot lore reaching out privately via email?Most of the engineers I know in tech are decent, upstanding guys.

There was lots of existing documentation and lore about SOAs, but at Amazon's vast scale it was about as useful as telling Indiana Jones to look both ways before crossing the street.

I think this article exemplifies the difference between the kinds of things you see codified in books and on the internet, versus what's active research and well known folk lore in academia.

This is a cute story, but it lacks all sources, and it contradicts Wikipedia [1] [2]:> Commonly repeated lore has it that August has 31 days because Augustus wanted his month to match the length of Julius Caesar's July, but this is an invention of the 13th century scholar Johannes de Sacrobosco.

Lore definitions


knowledge gained through tradition or anecdote; "early peoples passed on plant and animal lore through legend"