How to spell EAZEIR correctly?

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  • air You will feel much better in the air."
  • astir Miss Summers, Harrod, and Major Williams were the only occupants apparently astir.
  • aver For this purpose you will please to insert in your paper of to-morrow the following corrections to your statement:- 1st, I aver that I never went on any message of a political nature to Columbia, in South Carolina, or to any other place for the vice-president or any other person; neither was I ever requested or desired by the vice- president or by any other person to go to Columbia, in South Carolina, or any other place, on any political or electioneering mission, of any name or nature whatsoever.
  • daze He seated himself some distance away, apparently in a daze.
  • e'er For my Folly in having so often met you here, without pursuing the Laws of Nature, and exercising her command-But I resolve e'er we part now, to know who you are, where you live, and what kind of Flesh and Blood your Face is; therefore unmask and don't put me to the trouble of doing it for you.
  • eager I drew back, eager to be out in it.
  • ear Mr Temple looked puzzled for a few minutes, and then rubbed his ear, half-amused, half vexed.
  • earlier A minute earlier, and that letter would have come into his hands.
  • earner At the age of twelve years, he became a wage-earner, his first position being that of bobbin-boy in a cotton mill at Alleghany City, where his salary was $1.20 a week.
  • ease Jeff lay back in his chair at large ease and chuckled.
  • eased Before I betook myself home that night, and eased dear mother's heart so much, and made her pale face spread with smiles, I had resolved to penetrate Glen Doone from the upper end, and learn all about my Lorna.
  • easel For before him, revealed by the picture's fall, the easel held one of the fairest memories he had of the woman he had proved himself too fickle and slight to value rightly.
  • easter "Yes," Kollomietzev continued pensively, "he was rather overlooked at Easter."
  • eater So I and that old humbug, Umbezi, " Eater-up-of-Elephants," parted for a while, and never did I know him in a more chastened frame of mind, except once, as I shall tell.
  • eaves I needed to get the tiles for the roof replaced, but the roofer said the tiles needed to be replaced at the e
  • emir Sheikh Mansour is the emir of Qatar.
  • eraser I need an eraser to clean the mess I made.
  • ester
  • ever
  • ewer CatPecker saw an ewer on the edge of the creek.
  • faze I'm not sure what to make of that comment. It feels a bit like she's fazing me.
  • gaze The girl gazed off into the distance, lost in thought.
  • geezer I don't know much about Geezers, but they sound like they would be pretty boring.
  • haze It's been hazy all morning.
  • izmir
  • laze
  • maze
  • nazi
  • raze
  • teaser
  • Gazer Graham had been a gazer ever since he was a little boy.
  • Leaser
  • Amer Sylvilagus bachmani cerrosensis, Nelson, N. Amer.
  • eases When travelling the carts are covered by a hood of matting, and a mattress inside eases the jolting by day, and serves as a bed at night.
  • EAVE Evette is the best babysitter ever.
  • lazier
  • eaters Indeed, they became regular lotus-eaters.
  • easier Then you'll feel easier, and can come back.
  • hazer Jimmy uses the word "hazer" a lot.

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