Sordor Definition

sôrdər
noun
Wretchedness or squalor; sordidness.
Webster's New World
Sordor is defined as a state of being very dirty or depressingly poor.
An example of sordor is the day to day life of an orphan in a big city.
An example of sordor is the shelter of a homeless person.
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Origin of Sordor

  • Possibly from an unattested Latin *sordor, or by back formation of a noun from sordidus (“dirty, vile").

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