Correct spelling for OEAR
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Possible correct spellings for oear
- bear You bear him much ill-will, milor, no doubt?"
- dear "My dear friend, of course they don't.
- ear "I shall be ready in ten minutes," she whispered, right into his ear, and into his dream.
- fear I'm too late, I fear!"
- gear To her, as to Dan, these trying conventions in the matter of foot-gear were intolerable.
- hear I hear it is his thought.
- lear Lear: I did not know that she could die to-day.
- near "He is near, and there must be friends with him.
- o'er Then on thy peaceful journey Her blessing thou shalt feel, And though from thee divided, Her presence o'er thee steal.
- oar The oar dropped from his hands.
- pear One season a pair of them built a nest in a near-by grove; morning after morning, for many mornings, I used to see the two going to and from the nest, over my vineyard and currant patch and pear orchard, in quest of, or bringing material for, the structure.
- rear Suddenly I heard a whistle, and when I turned round the rear light of the train was moving away.
- sear The wind, as it brushed by, seemed to sear their faces with its torrid breath.
- tear If you don't take the money," she said, as they came in view of Miss Pim's and Massingale's automobile waiting, "I'll tear it up!"
- wear What clothes does one wear?
- year And yet a little while ago they were saying that she would be married before the year was out.
- Omar Helped by the girl with the steadfast heart, Babalatchi carried Omar on board the light prau and succeeded in escaping, but with very few companions only.
8 words made from the letters oear
Misspelling of the day
- holding sway over