A joking/sarcastic way to say yes or sure. This response is commonly used to sound foolish when responding to something.
Mike: Want to go do something stupid?!?!
Greg: Shore!!!!
by shores February 25, 2013
A common word used by James Charles made by his friends Louis and Trevor. It's basically the word "sure."
"Dude that food looks sooooo good." (sarcastically)

James:"shore" (rolls eyes)
by UhmChile... November 13, 2020
What people that live in Philadelphia (philly) and the suburbs call the South Jersey beach.
Philadelphian: Hey let's go to the shore this weekend!
Other person: Where?
Philadelphian: The South Jersey beach.
by letsHATE April 30, 2006
When one fucks up on job site then blames you
by Dagway June 10, 2015
Slang for "sure." Commonly used in the Pacific Northwest, especially Seattle, Washington, and the surrounding suburbs. Has recently taken on a flirty connotation to the extent that it is received in a similar way to a wink or a wolf whistle.
Guy: "Hey, can you show me where the sticky notes are?"
Girl: "Shore"
Bystanders: "Damn, she really must want the D."
by cyan hammer March 30, 2013
The area around the coast-line that isn't directly on the beach. This includes the touristy attractions, hotels, campgrounds, and everywhere that isn't right on the sand (which is the beach) and yet still as the smell of salt in the air.
Do you want to go to the shore this weekend? We'll avoid the shoebies, stay at a campground and we can go to the beach, and the boardwalk at night for skee-ball.
by devious69grl March 24, 2006
What people in New Jersey call the beach.
Gary: Hey where are you going for the Memorial Day weekend?
Steve: Asbury Park, I've got a house down the shore.
by goldglover375 November 18, 2011