Correct spelling for BEARY

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Possible correct spellings for beary

  • Bare(Definition of bare)
  • She was just out of her bed and her feet were bare.

  • Beady(Definition of beady)
  • But the beady little eyes of a pig comprehended him in a glance, and rejected him as of positively no interest to albert dupont, a complete stranger and a cheap one at that.

  • Bearer(Definition of bearer)
  • The bow-bearer is a brave gentleman.

  • Barry(Definition of Barry)
  • Well, what is it this time, barry?

  • Bury(Definition of bury)
  • The longing desire to bury her head in her pillow and "think out" her position had gone.

  • Bear(Definition of bear)
  • I can't bear it-if you don't speak to me."

  • Teary
  • The performance of the contact lenses in windy environments and teary eyes is unknown.

  • Berry(Definition of berry)
  • He found a patch of berries on a hillside where there was enough earth for berry bushes, but not for trees.

  • Peary
  • In january, 1899, commander peary froze his feet so badly that all but one of his toes fell off.

  • Bleary(Definition of bleary)
  • His eyes were bleary, and although he glanced at frank he failed to recognize him. the latter stood still for a second or two to control his indignation; before he spoke the bartender entered with a bottle of champagne, the cork of which was already drawn.

  • Bray(Definition of bray)
  • But as it was, it dragged wofully-it made next to no way; the shrilly school-children and the deep-toned mr. bray sang more verses than ever to the solemn drone of the organ, and old splayfoot preached as though he'd preach his last.

  • Weary(Definition of weary)
  • I have wondered sometimes how long it would be before you grew weary of my moods and my helplessness."

  • Deary(Definition of deary)
  • "deary me, that's very kind," said the old woman; "but i wonder why he sent such things to me, and who told him i was in want of 'em?"

  • Bears
  • Who's afraid of bears?

  • Barr
  • To avoid the crush of the barr al-manakhah, we made a detour westwards, over the bridge and down the course of the torrent-bed "al-sayh."

  • Berra
  • Déjà vu all over again" is a phrase taken from a famous quotation attributed to yogi berra: "its déjà vu all over again.

  • Beery(Definition of beery)
  • And since cheese is only solid milk, and the cheddar is noted for its beery smell, there is further affinity here.

  • Leary
  • One of the colored druggists in georgia said that albany was a central point, and that a great many came from cuthbert, arlington, leary and calhoun, early and miller counties to albany as a starting point for the north.

  • Beard(Definition of beard)
  • "but," stammered the young man, "it's too much-i can't-" "it's nothing at all, sir," said the man with the grey beard warmly; "nothing compared to the way you stood by my girl!