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Correct spelling for APEARS
We think the word apears is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for apears
- Peas(Definition of Peas)
- Appease(Definition of appease)
- Appear(Definition of appear)
"peers are common enough," dagmar retorted.
"just sign your papers and get away.
Instead of lying quietly, as they had done when left behind, they were now rolling and tumbling backward and forward, and pitching about, and dancing first on their feet and then on their heads, and cutting all sorts of strange capers!
lives a hustler by nature, fiend for paper, schemes and capers constantly eyed by neighbors, who do the Feds favors?– Mobster's Anthem by twista
He mourned over the want of spiritual life among the protestants of montauban, amid, as he said, "much preaching, and many appeals to conscience."
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According to an old poet: "with tapers all the people come, and at the barriars stay, where downe upon their knees they fall, and night and day they pray, and violets and every kinde of flowers about the grave they straw, and bring all their giftes and presents that they have."
Add one cupful of cooked peas.
Come pity us, and bring your ears And eyes to pity widows' tears.– THE WIDOWS' TEARS; OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS by Robert Herrick
Monkeys and apes are already gifted in this art.
Here and there a man sprang up in the air and waved his spears wildly over his head, and shouted words of hatred towards the white man and of encouragement to his companions.
I implore you to speak to my father and appease him; for if he makes an uproar; there is nothing left for me but to die."
After this nothing will appear difficult."
Mother'd beat him nawful, and 'pears 's if i couldn't see any more beatin's.
He appears to have been a fine young man.