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Correct spelling: tear

Definition of tear:

  1. 1. A drop of the fluid secreted by the lacrymal glands by means of which the conjunctiva is kept moist. 2. A rounded bead- like mass of exuded gum or resin.
  2. A rent or fissure.
  3. To separate by violence or pulling; to rend; to lacerate: to shatter; to pull with violence; to remove by violence. To tear from, to separate and take away by force. To tear off, to pull off by violence. To tear up, to rip up.
  4. To be rent; to rave; to rage; to rant; to move and act with violence.

Common misspellings for tear:

tea r, ttar, tear, tare, tear5, tatura, teer, tarrow, ttire, teard, tatire.


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This graph shows how "tear" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for tear:

  1. Bring on your tear gas, bring on your grenades, your new supplies of Mace, your state troopers and even your national guards. But let the record show we ain't going to be turned around.
  2. If I have caused just one person to wipe away a tear of laughter, that's my reward.
  3. Kids are all computer -savvy. Sit down and write to your parents on the computer. And just say, I have some questions and I'm scared. There's some stuff I don't know and I really need to talk to you about sex. Tear it off and put it on their pillow. They'll read it.
  4. They can't take your house and give it to the mayor's mistress, even if they pay you for it. But they can, apparently, take your house and tear it down to make room for a development of trendy shops and restaurants, a hotel and so on.
  5. I can still smell the tear gas in the Hilton Hotel.

Rhymes for tear:

  1. prayer, eyre, pear, werre, flare, snare, ne'er, there, sear, darr, leer, fear, heir, lear, veer, share, dear, dare, glare, fleer, cher, beer, clear, their, deer, herr, cheer, spear, near, gear, where, sayre, fier, sheer, jeer, here, peer, frere, cyr, terre, stair, vere, rear, stare, guerre, hear, sneer, ear, scare, pier, serr, fer, kear, mere, year, neer, bere, nair, blair, hair, skare, mir, lehr, mair, baer, square, wear, sere, ware, kehr, smear, bare, speir, swear, bear, spare, kier, claire, geer, bair, clare, bahr, meir, blear, steer, mer, mear, shere, speer, gare, lare, teer, faire, maire, air, gier, err, deere, mare, gere, clair, pair, wier, khmer, nir, pare, hare, gair, hehr, derr, cleere, greer, gehr, they're, lair, care, ferre, blare, shear, chair, sare, sphere, rare, we're, stear, fair, fare, flair;
  2. moliere, zahir, swissair, impair, beware, repair, premiere, mcnair, astaire, midair, alair, wazir, austere, ensnare, dispair, sincere, pierre, unclear, abair, voltaire, o'hare, samir, amir, frontier, revere, unfair, emir, zaire, aware, compare, veneer, declare, dornier, montclair, vizier, yasir, comair, adaire, sinclair, shamir, severe, appear, adair, premier, rainier, sameer, despair, belair, career, allaire, prepare, cashier, affair, inhere, lazear, adhere, forswear, lanier, rehear;
  3. bombardier, billionaire, chandelier, persevere, interfere, disappear, volunteer, pamphleteer, mutineer, charpentier, doctrinaire, belvedere, solitaire, profiteer, questionnaire, icelandair, chevalier, reappear, engineer, financier, overhear, usair, pioneer, bandolier, racketeer, millionaire, commandeer, brigadier, rensselaer, aer, insincere, javier, auctioneer, debonair, unaware, domineer, souvenir, disrepair, gondolier, cavalier;
  4. conventioneer, reengineer, concessionaire, electioneer;
  5. multimillionaire;