How to spell HEAAR correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell heaar correctly

  • bear Try to bear up.
  • dear "Come in, dear," she said; "I've got something for you."
  • ear He whispered a word in Inspector Chippenfield's ear.
  • fear "I like them more, but I fear them more.
  • gear Before we had finished picking Mr. Hammond's cotton the gear came by mail.
  • ha Yet, ha, ha, ha.
  • hair A woman may walk about her own court, but not in the street, with false hair."
  • haw Abe watched anxiously when she opened the top drawer of the bureau and took out a haw comb and a pair of scissors.
  • hay "Jean Hay," she repeated, "who is Jean Hay?"
  • he He is there, I know it.
  • head He said, "I find I have something not right; my head is not right as it used to be, nor has been for some time."
  • header The header system should be generally adopted on wheat dry-farms.
  • heady Alone in her hired hansom the Princess Sofia sat with the window raised, drinking deep of the soft damp air, finding it as heady as strange wine.
  • heal You know the words that make the deadly mischief; but not the ways that heal them.
  • healer Too often the orthodox doctor of medicine denounces the healer who overcomes apparent disease through mental suggestion or arrests a nervous breakdown in a patient by teaching that patient how to relax, when the doctor himself does not hesitate to give bread pills in the first instance and to recommend a sanitarium where relaxation is the only thing attempted in the second.
  • heap Well, sir, when I got home that night, I found wife a heap cheerfuler.
  • hear Did you hear anything about her?
  • heard "I heard you come up.
  • hearer Not very fluently, and in sentences with a very few words in each of them, but words that sank like hot coals into the soul of his hearer, Mr Brandon explained what he meant.
  • heart They see him with the heart.
  • heat I hae made a fire 'at's baith big an' bricht, an' fit to ro'st Belzebub-an' I beg your pardon, laird-but it's some days-I micht say ooks-sin' there was a fire intil 't, an' the place needs time to tak the heat intil its auld neuks."
  • heater I was in danger of freezing to death and, tumbling several bodies out of the bunks, I took the mattresses and built of them a clumsy enclosure and installed in their midst a battery heater which I found.
  • heath The road he now turned into led him by pine woods and heath-covered hills; the houses he passed were poorer, and the distance from one to another was increasing.
  • heave Standing on the veranda steps Mrs. Kember would call in her indifferent, tired voice, "I say, Glad-eyes, you might heave me a handkerchief if I've got one, will you?"
  • heaver It is heavier than the other bag.
  • heavy I was feeling a little heavy after eating all of that pizza.
  • heir
  • hera The goddess Hera is associated with marriage, family, and rule of the heavens.
  • herr He had a problem with his boss and he wanted to address it with HR but he didn't know how to contact the office
  • hew I need to hew that piece of wood off the wall.
  • hewer
  • hour
  • lear She is a strong learner.
  • near
  • pear My grandmother used to pick pears from her tree.
  • rear There is a rear exit.
  • sear They found the meat encased in a hard pastry that had been cooked over a open flame.
  • shear Shear was the sound their blades made when they crossed.
  • tear Mommy, why is Daddy crying?
  • wear
  • year He taught at the high school for only one year.
  • Her I chose to study with her because she is an excellent professor.
  • Hey Hey, can you help me carry this bag?
  • Hadar
  • Hagar Hagar is the biblical figure who was ultimately willing to enslave her own son in order to save him from being sacrificed by
  • Saar Saarland is a state in Western Germany.
  • hears
  • HaaS In the cloud, everything is possible.
  • PAAR We went out to eat with our friends PAAR last night.

List of 15 words made from the word heaar

3 letter words made from heaar:

ear, are, ara, era, aar.

4 letter words made from heaar:

5 letter words made from heaar:

raahe, harae.

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