How to spell CAREEAR correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell careear correctly

  • area They had been covering the Whiteside area most of the night, searching for some sign of the pair that had attacked Rick's friends, but had turned up nothing suspicious.
  • caesar "I am but ill fitted for such a post, Caesar," Beric said gravely.
  • camera Its camera faithfully transmitted the landscape spinning around until its destruction.
  • carat I own a carat of diamond.
  • care
  • careen
  • career
  • caret
  • carfare
  • caroler She plays the caroler at the local church on Sundays.
  • carper Yesterday we went for a carper.
  • carrier The carrier Aircraft maneuvers to maintain position.
  • carter Carter has a crush on Jennifer.
  • carver
  • caterer
  • core
  • crater
  • creak My footboard creaks when I step on it.
  • cream She filled her coffee mug with cream and stirred before taking a sip.
  • cree
  • creed
  • creek
  • creel I caught a creel of trout.
  • creep
  • creeper
  • crew The crew is launching the shuttle.
  • crier
  • cure
  • rear The car has a big trunk in the back.
  • Carder I need someone tocard my hair.
  • Cared
  • corer She searched for her glasses, but they must have fallen off of her head; she finally found them on the floor next to
  • Crees The Crees lived in the Rocky Mountains.
  • Curer Though the situation is regrettable, it is best to consult a curser to get the cure for the ailment.
  • Carr
  • Cary
  • Cara I love my cara.
  • Carey My niece is Carey.
  • Carrie
  • Greer In books, Greer is often the victim of sexism and misogyny.
  • careers The careers counselor was able to help me develop a career plan.
  • cares
  • CARER She cares about her patients.
  • scarier It was scarier going up the ladder than coming down.

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