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How to spell YEARED correctly?

If you mistakenly type "yeared" instead of the correct word, consider using alternatives such as "aged", "matured" or "developed". These options signify the passage of time in a more accurate manner. Remember to proofread your work to ensure proper spelling and word usage.

List of suggestions on how to spell yeared correctly

  • bared The man bared his teeth in anger.
  • Cared She always cared for her little brother, making sure he had everything he needed.
  • dared She dared to ask for a raise, and was pleasantly surprised when her boss agreed.
  • eared The little dog had long, floppy eared ears that bounced with every step he took.
  • Erred I erred in my calculation and now my answer is wrong.
  • Fared During the storm, the small boat fared poorly on the rough waves.
  • Feared She feared the darkness that lay ahead of her.
  • geared The machine is geared up for heavy-duty work.
  • hared
  • Jared I can't believe that Jared is my lab partner.
  • Jeered The crowd jeered as the car sped away.
  • Leered The ghoul leered at us.
  • Neared The end of the race neared as the runners approached the final stretch.
  • Oared The boat was oared by a team of skilled rowers.
  • Pared They had dinner with their parents, Pared.
  • Peered She peered out the window, trying to see who was knocking at the door.
  • Reared I was reared by my grandparents after my parents passed away.
  • Roared The tiger roared loudly, as it approached its prey.
  • seared I seared my steak on the grill.
  • shared They shared a piece of cake at the birthday party.
  • sheared
  • Soared The bird soared high in the sky, gliding gracefully through the air.
  • Tared The Tared box is empty.
  • Veered
  • wearied
  • yard
  • Yawed She cautiously glanced around before she yawed to the side, trying to put as much space as possible between herself and the creature
  • Yearned I yearned for her touch.
  • yelled Bob yelled when he saw the ghost.

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