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Correct spellings for 3YEAR

  • act as witness
  • act beneath oneself
  • bear You must bear and I must bear.
  • dear Say it, Betty dear, won't you?
  • ear His hand was at his sound ear.
  • fear Never fear; I shall come back in good time.
  • gear How it stirred within her sudden tender recollections of the quiet hours when, dressed out in some quaint head-gear, or contadina costume, or merely in her own everyday frock, she had sat perched up on a high stool, or on a pile of boxes, dreaming to herself, or listening to the talk between the two men.
  • hear Hear it from me.
  • lear It was awful, said Mr. Lear.
  • near He never came near me.
  • pear She heard the cry again, and now she fancied that it came from the big pear.
  • rear The rear waves were also to act as carrying parties.
  • sear Sear the meat on both sides, then cook more slowly until done.
  • tear He noticed, too, that all through the interview she had not shed a tear.
  • wear It would wear out any man's patience, and ours broke down the day before yesterday.
  • Ya Marya had no longer a single relation in the world.
  • yaw Squire Darnel's man is very civil vor sartain; but I'ave no thoughts on him I'll assure yaw.
  • Ye Ye don't b'long in Mac'n, do ye?
  • yea Yea, to my latest moment, I'll call upon Thee, Lord.
  • yeah Massa Tom done tole me to sweep dish yeah place, an' ef yo' doan let me alone, why-why-" "Huh!
  • year An', after all, I ain't been workin' the whole year for nothin'.
  • yearn Long after young Mosher, who loved his Talmud, had retired to sway over it, Sara could yearn at this tintype.
  • years I don't believe any one has been in here for years."
  • Yer I'll stan' to yer back."
  • yew The light of this window was still further subdued by a fine old yew-tree, which stood in the yard close behind it.
  • Your I'm going in your place.
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