Correct spelling for TEARN
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Possible correct spellings for tearn
- darn Actors are always doing darn-fool things like that, Mr. Barnes.
- dean "Over to Stone Dean.
- dear Just as you like, my dear.
- den Moreover, he decided to go and see the copying clerk at Dutocq's office; it would look, he thought, less like a visit than if he went to his den in the rue des Poules.
- earn You are sure I can earn enough to pay for what we'll need to eat between now and spring?
- learn But first I had to learn the business.
- near I mean, I wouldn't want any of my people near me.
- stern Alexander Patoff was indeed like his mother, but Paul's stern, cold nature was that of his father, long dead and forgotten.
- tan Her hands closed over the book lying in her lap, as if glad to hold on to something, and their knuckles were white against the tan.
- tar Shoregoing people have but little notion of the ease with which the heart of a jack-tar is made to rejoice when he is out on a long voyage.
- Dan "Dalzell, sir," Dan responded meekly enough.
- Deana Benny Carter (1907â€“2003), American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, trumpeter, bandleader Betty Carter (1929â€“1998), American jazz singer Deana Carter (born 1966), American country singer Elliott Carter (1908â€“2012), American composer Jake Carter (singer) (born 1998), Irish country singer John S.
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