SpellChecker.net

What is the correct spelling for 27YEARS?

This word (27Years) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.

Click here to check the spelling and grammar

Correct spellings for 27YEARS

  • Bears That will give you an East and West line, for then the sun bears true North and South.
  • dears "Don't alarm yourselves, my dears.
  • EARS Doggie heard with his ears, but thought in terms of Durdlebury tea-parties.
  • Fears No, Kali fears Mzimu!
  • gears The shafts can be lifted out with the gears on them.
  • hears "A little Fox must use his ears And know what makes each sound he hears.
  • nears What glorious Craft is that which now appears With graceful movement, as the ship she nears?
  • Pears One tall pear-tree with scored bark grew near the end of the cottage; it bore a large crop of pears, which were often admired by the people who came along the road, but were really hard and woody.
  • rears At Teinach the valley is wider than in other places, and a huge establishment, built over the wonderful iron springs, rears above the tops of the trees its walls of mingled stone, wood and stucco, gayly painted and ornamented with balconies and pavilions, in startling and unpleasant contrast with the sober darkness of the surroundings.
  • sears His name was Edmund Hamilton Sears, and so long as Christians celebrate Christmas, they will sing the two hymns he wrote-"It came upon a midnight clear" and "Calm on the listening ear of night."
  • tears Betty was almost in tears.
  • wears I'll have the physician examine you before that wears off.
  • yaws Two haggard-faced men with bandaged eyes were grinding the wheel to starboard and port, and keeping the brig's yaws within two points each way-good work for blind men.
  • year 9163. Was that done last year?
  • yearn Neither the master nor mate have seen salt water for many a day, but I know their hearts yearn for the wide ocean and tall ships a-sailing; for all the beauties of all the rivers in the world pale beside the tower of white canvas above you, and the surge and send of a ship across the wide sea.
  • yearns Then the heart of David goes out to the suffering monarch in filial, pitying tenderness; and he yearns to give him more than this present life-a new life equal to it in goodness, and which shall be everlasting.
  • years This was, perhaps, easy enough years ago, but it is now a very different matter.
  • yeats It published a drama by W. B. Yeats and its columns were always open to literary and dramatic criticisms and discussions.
  • yes Yes, he was here yest'day.
  • yews The sky all pink, and the red sunset between the yews, and that good little moon.
  • Yours You have yours too?"
X