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Correct spelling for 5YEAR

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Possible correct spellings for 5year

  • Rear(Definition of rear)
  • Please; to the rear of the club-house.

  • Pear(Definition of pear)
  • Howbeit, as starch once more pointed to the pear-tree, he confessed in desperate terror that another man had claimed the tops, one who had not been caught, inasmuch as they were so high and good.

  • Bear(Definition of bear)
  • She could bear it no more.

  • Ye(Definition of Ye)
  • Ye are, are ye?

  • Ear(Definition of ear)
  • Miss schley put her lips to leo ulford's ear.

  • Yea(Definition of yea)
  • In the wake of the boat shimmered a thousand, yea, a million jewels.

  • Yer
  • Did ye ever, in all yer born days, hear a voice like that ere 'un?

  • Lear(Definition of lear)
  • Can you- lear: what has she said?

  • Yaw(Definition of yaw)
  • Then he turns to the next person, and when each person has sung his verse, yaw know, he then joins in the cawus,[4] until it has gone all wound;[5] then, yaw know, we all sing together:

  • Tear(Definition of tear)
  • You want 'em tear it down, i'm willin'."

  • Years(Definition of years)
  • It is like what i might have been years ago.

  • Yew(Definition of yew)
  • Far behind the corner of the house-which rose like a geranium bloom against the subdued colours around-stretched the soft azure landscape of the chase-a truly venerable tract of forest land, one of the few remaining woodlands in england of undoubted primaeval date, wherein druidical mistletoe was still found on aged oaks, and where enormous yew-trees, not planted by the hand of man grew as they had grown when they were pollarded for bows.

  • Sear(Definition of sear)
  • A smoking sear had appeared as if by magic across it.

  • Your(Definition of Your)
  • And a let 'em tell me, your noble onnur, who desarves it better.

  • Gear(Definition of gear)
  • For there was the proof- the life-gear had been attached to the end of the line, and it was being rapidly dragged from the shore out towards the wreck.

  • Fear(Definition of fear)
  • You need not fear that, my friend.

  • Yeah
  • "yeah," hank muttered, "swell."

  • Yearn(Definition of yearn)
  • God understands how we women yearn to be doing something ceaselessly.

  • Near(Definition of near)
  • I only wish mine was near at hand."

  • Hear(Definition of hear)
  • I hear him at night.

  • Year(Definition of year)
  • I suppose that this time of year is the worst for you, isn't it?

  • Ya
  • They knew that scouts often covered themselves with the skin of ma-ya-sh to creep up on game, and also to spy upon their foes without arousing distrust.

  • Wear(Definition of wear)
  • "you are good," she answered, "but-we mustn't wear out our welcome."

  • Dear(Definition of dear)
  • Will you do it, dear?

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