Correct spelling for REAIR

We think the word reair is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

Possible correct spellings for reair

  • air "An' all out o' the air somethin' says to me, Now-now-like it will when you get so's you listen.
  • bear No, he could not bear that.
  • dear Here you are, dear!
  • drear Augusta gazed upon those drear cliffs that had so nearly proved her monumental pile and shuddered.
  • ear Just at this instant, some sounds struck upon his ear that surprised him not a little.
  • fair Anyway, all's fair-you know.
  • fear I think you have nothing to fear."
  • gear Yet I was done in a while, and got my gear upon me, and the Diskos into my hand, and so to my feet and forward.
  • hair "You have beautiful hair," said the woman; "will you let that go?"
  • hear "There," said Chumbley, "do you hear that, old man!
  • heir He's the principal heir, isn't he?
  • lair It wasn't an animal suddenly frightened from its lair, for the weird, guttural cry was human.
  • lear Silas Malcom told us that Mrs. Lear might give us a room for the night.
  • meir Meir turned round, and seeing a big shadowy figure in the corner, asked, "Who is that?"
  • near What could my children be doing anywhere near Carn Coppa?"
  • pair Did ever darkness close round a pair more happy than Lance and Jessie?
  • pear Among them was that famous pear-shaped pearl called the Peregrine, which, for its weight, its form, its size, and its water, is beyond all price and all comparison.
  • ra The corps of Ra, armed with bows and arrows, preceeded them to clear the way; they crossed the narrow bed of a dry torrent, and then a broad valley opened before them, extending to the right and left and enclosed by ranges of mountains.
  • raid Against the north-western Indians, a daring Virginian, George Rogers Clark, led a counter-raid which captured several posts in the territory north of the Ohio River, and finally took Hamilton himself prisoner at Vincennes.
  • rail "We shall go by boat to Biebrich, and then by rail to Heidelberg.
  • rain The wind and rain poured in through the open north door.
  • raw I had exhausted all my roots, but as the snow cleared away I obtained a further supply, though, hungry as I was, I still had very little inclination to eat them raw.
  • ray But the first ray of sunshine that falls on thee Melts thee to tears!
  • re She read and re-read them.
  • reach The girls and younger boys hurried on, full of eagerness to reach the top.
  • read Of course I read your books.
  • reader I cannot give the reader any idea of the trouble I had to quiet Rosalie.
  • ready You can pay me when you get ready to."
  • real After all, the day was perhaps more real than the moods of dreams.
  • ream
  • reamer
  • reap
  • reaper
  • rear
  • rearm
  • recur
  • refer
  • reid
  • rein
  • reit
  • renoir
  • repair
  • retie
  • rhea
  • ri
  • rio
  • roar
  • sear
  • tear
  • wear
  • weir
  • year
  • Rae "Innocently, I hope," said Rae; and there was a trace of Caledonian dryness in Johnstone's reply.
  • rears
  • RR
  • RAH It had been decreed that there should be no vying of rival cheering sections with one another-a rather foolish decree, some thought-finding it hard to imagine a football contest devoid of the familiar and on-spurring " Rah, rahs."
  • NAIR April Fool is a 2010 [[Hollywood comedy film directed by Rahul R Nair, scripted by Jagadish, and produced by Santosh Damodar.
  • REHI
  • realer

16 words made from the letters reair

3 letter words made from reair:

are, ear, air, err, ira, era, ire.

4 letter words made from reair:

5 letter words made from reair:

riera, reair, erria.

Misspelling of the day


  • holding sway over
  • sputtered
  • stared
  • starred
  • stated
  • stature
  • statures
  • statute
  • steered
  • stetted