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Possible correct spellings for dear

  • bear "How are we to bear it?
  • dead I tell ye he's no dead!
  • deaf She rapidly made a request in her little voice, the faded voice of the deaf: "Can't I go to the concert with you?
  • deal "I'm afraid it's not a great deal," replied Nasmyth.
  • dean Her name is Dean.
  • dear No more of that, dear; you don't have to now.
  • deary I've always known what I'd do if she sprained hers, and so I did it to yours, deary!"
  • debar A peak in the Korab range, on the border north of Debar, exceeds 9,000 feet.
  • deer With this wind-up, the deer-stealer let himself down into the great beechwood chair-as easily as his unmanageable limbs would allow him- and, in less than ten seconds' time, his snoring proved that he was asleep.
  • dewar I referred to the observation of Sir James Dewar as to the continued sensitiveness of the photographic film at the lowest attained extreme of temperature, and drew the inference that the fundamental photographic action must be of intra-atomic nature, and not dependent upon the vis viva of the molecule or atom.
  • drear At such time, if the thought of marriage came, she did not put it aside with the light fancy that she wished still to remain free; she longed, in the drear solitude, for some one to sympathise with her, some one who could explain the meaning of the wordless thoughts that welled up within her, the vague response of her heart to the mystery of external beauty.
  • ear He has a jaw set with strength; an eye mild, but indicative of the fact that he does not want too many familiarities from strangers; a nostril large enough to snuff a wild duck across the meadows; knows how to shake hands, and can talk with head, and ear, and tail; and, save an unreasonable antipathy to cats, is perfect, and always goes with me on my walk out of town.
  • fear Complain, therefore, they did, ashore and afloat; and had it at that time been put to the vote whether he should longer remain President, I fear he would instantly have been shorn of his honours.
  • gear You find around this igloo no broken sled-runner, untrustworthy fishing-gear, nor worn-out dog-harness.
  • hear "He's like to be, for all I hear.
  • lear Is "Hamlet" on that score less English than " Lear," or "Othello" than "Macbeth"?
  • near Semyonov and I were near the wagons.
  • pear Beyond the lawn, and separated from it by an old box hedge, was an orchard, where, in the early spring, masses of daffodils danced among the rough grass, and where, later, the trees were covered with a sheet of snowy blossoms-pear, cherry, plum, and apple.
  • rear And it had been no cowardly attack from the rear.
  • sear Cease, not mine the ignoble moral Of an unresisted grief; Can the lightning sear the laurel, Or the winter fade its leaf?
  • tear Tear him, ye beasts, be swift!
  • wear "And wear-" He raised his hand and ran it caressingly over the golden velvet.
  • year The year was wellnigh at its close.
  • DEA Lucian, De dea Syria, 32. 86. Macrobius, Sat.
  • Dar And, gif I dar the treuth declair, And nane me fleitschour call, I can to him find a compair, And till his barnis all.
  • dears Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you've conquered human natur."

11 words made from the letters dear

3 letter words made from dear:

are, dre, ade, era, rad, ear, red.

4 letter words made from dear:

Misspelling of the day


  • dire
  • eire
  • fire
  • hire
  • ire
  • lire
  • mire
  • no buts about it
  • pare
  • pi re