What is the correct spelling for 100YEAR?

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Correct spellings for 100YEAR

  • bear I can't bear to hear you like that.
  • dear No, there is nothing wrong, dear .
  • ear She spoke into his bowed ear .
  • fear "Fear nothing," said he.
  • gear Oh, you never know just how until you have to; and then you slip your scheme wheels into gear and do it.
  • hear "There, dear, we don't want to hear it all again.
  • lear Mrs. Washington and Mr. Lear remained.
  • near It will be nice to be near the Danforths; I get on with them so well."
  • pear The early French settlers along the Detroit River had planted pear trees or grown them from seed, and a few of these sturdy, stalwart trees, over a century old, still stand and bear some fruit.
  • rear Then came the Colonel and his companion, and three more of the party brought up the rear .
  • sear But the sky was so fair and blue; the earth was so rich and sunny; the touches of sear or yellow leaves here and there on a branch gave such emphasis to the deep hues still lingering on the vegetation; the phaeton wheels rolled so smoothly; that Matilda's musings did not know very well what course to keep.
  • tear We couldn't tear ourselves away, could we, Mr. Ramer?"
  • wear Which dress will you wear ?"
  • yaw The man zays yaw may put it in the pooblic prints.
  • yea Yea, by my faith, and never more appear; In this world live no more we shall, But in heaven before the highest Lord of all.
  • yeah "Yeah, I got him.
  • year I had thought it out for a year .
  • yearn His name was Dipworthy-you've seen it on the labels, "Dipworthy's Drowsy Drops, Younsgters Yearn for 'Em"-only he was Dipworthy, jr.
  • years You ain't anything like you were two years ago, when we bached together.
  • yew Scattered between the giants, like subjects around their king, one finds noble fir, spruce, or pines, with some Valparaiso live oak, black oak, pepper-wood, madrone, yew , and cedar.
  • Ya Then, addressing Marya, he said to her, gently, "Come out, pretty one; I give you your liberty.
  • Ye How came it he done this to ye?"
  • Yer See this yer earth.
  • Your I don't know you-go your way.

32 words made from the letters 100YEAR

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