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Correct spelling for TEER
We think the word teer 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. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for teer
Have you tried the new beer, durm?
Bold as was the heart of the deer-stealer's daughter, it was not without misgivings at that moment.
The strange oriental faces which seemed to leer at her from street and curb seemed to be almost of another world, and she thought of the many tales she had heard, of their treachery and cunning.
The first tee was there.
Ah who can e'er forget so fair a being?
The wind continued to veer to the north, at last fixed at n.w., and was attended with intervals of clear weather.
Why does she not know, seer marcous?
Five thousand seats were being filled, and, tier above tier, they rose like a section of a roman theatre.
The steer charged by, and sax was safe.
But he could not tear himself from the spot-nor was it any longer necessary.
And round her still the silence seemed to teem with the foul shadows of her dream beguiled- no dream, she thought; it could not be a dream, but her child called for her; her child, her child!
And looking about him with languid curiosity, the young peer, followed by a companion, lounged into the house.
Though fortune might divide the pair, she ne'er could separate them.
"een-dick," continued the little indian, "teen-dick, teddery-dick, peddery-dick, bumpin, een-bumpin, teen-bumpin, teddery-bumpin, peddery-bumpin, jiggets."
Adam took no notice of them, but they began to jeer and mock at him.