Correct spelling for REARE
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Possible correct spellings for reare
- are I am glad that you are here.
- drear Leagues away It moans and thunders low and drear- Burn 'til the break of day!
- dreary If I could have had it all these dreary months!"
- rare I am a man of my word and, since true friends are rare, I beg of you not to forget me."
- reader Don't start, dear reader.
- Ere But whether I be born of gentle blood or no, I have done you gentle service, and peradventure will do better still, ere I depart from you."
- Rae Rae was equal to the occasion, and he set the discontented hunters at work scraping under the snow for saxifrage, their sole supply of fuel.
- RARES The lemon bottlebrush was first formally described in 1816 by Aimé Bonpland who gave it the name Metrosideros pallida and published the description in Description des plantes rares cultivées à Malmaison et à Navarre.
- rarer The further north a traveller went, the rarer did primroses become, till in Northumberland, the most northerly county of all, primroses used to be very scarce indeed.
8 words made from the letters reare
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