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Correct spelling for WNEAR
We think the word wnear 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 wnear
Then upon the ground the warriors threw their cloaks and shirts of deer-skin, threw their weapons and their war-gear, leaped into the rushing river, washed the war-paint from their faces.
This angular measurement is of a wholly different character from the linear measurement, and the two methods may, indeed, lead to results that would at first seem paradoxical.
and Fifth Avenue is pretty neat but none of them big boys can compete– Bleecker Street by waterboys
"nay, it isn't, my lad.
Flour your paste-board, put the lump of dough on it, and knead it very hard.
Please bear that in mind.
"i wish him to speak; and yet i fear it.
He placed the child upon his knee, and began to talk to her.
When vizetelly was engraving thackeray's designs to "mrs. perkin's ball," which on account of their unsophisticated artistic character, were re-touched by a clever young draughtsman, the artist wrote that there was a "je ne sais quoi" in his "vile drawing" which was worth retaining.
Get in, dear; i will take you home."
Will he ne'er come from the chase, but leave me to my doom?
When you are near Your sweet gentility is crystal clear!– Jolly Holiday (Mary Poppins) by Unknown Author
At times he reproached himself that he had not guarded her enough, that he had not been sufficiently kind to her, and at such moments such sorrow seized his heart that he wanted to gnaw his own fingers.
"that's a fine, serious young fellow," he added, for whyland's ear alone.
When they follow the verb, the forms of the pronouns are either de, bu, i he, n she, it, u, hu, je or da, ba, la, ta, wa, ha, na.
Lear: enough: what do you know?
Can they hear us?"