Correct spelling for LEARED
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Possible correct spellings for leared
- cleared The night had cleared.
- eared With these abrupt words Thad Stevens burst upon his chum who was feeding some long-eared, handsome Belgian hares, which of late he had taken to keeping, as it had become quite a fad among the Scranton boys.
- flared The gas alone flared up and said, "I'll stay up with him."
- geared This can be plausibly explained only on the basis of Europe's previously mentioned lack of experience with rope-geared and other cable-hung elevator systems.
- lard If desired shorter, three-quarters of a cupful of lard can be used, but the dough must be kept thoroughly chilled, and it is best made in a cold room.
- laredo On the way, the King narrowly escaped drowning in a storm off the port of Laredo.
- Blared The siren up above blared dolefully into the fog. It was damp, and soggy, and depressing.
- Feared I did not know what I feared.
- Glared The mullah glared at him but let him by without a word.
- Larded Boil it in water and salt, with some Coleflowers and some whole spice; then take some of the Broth, a little Mace, and a Cows Udder boiled tender and sliced thin, a little Horse-radish root searced, and a few sweet herbs; boil all these together, and put in a little Salt, when your Venison is ready, dish it, and lay your Cows Udder and the Coleflowers over it, then beat up your Sauce, and pour over it; then garnish your Dish with Limon and Parsley and Barberries, and so serve it; this Sauce is also good with a powdered Goose boiled, but first larded.
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