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  • act as witness
  • act beneath oneself
  • bear I couldn't bear it from him.
  • dear "Yes, dear; it was.
  • ear The Duke trembled with alarm, as these sounds reached his ear.
  • fear There's no fear in him.
  • gear The man nodded, and immediately the gear snatched the cab ahead with a violent jerk.
  • hear "I did not hear it all.
  • lear 40. 184. Shakespeare's King Lear.
  • near And so very near!
  • pear I should like to have one more go at old mother Moncrief's pear-tree; that's all.
  • rear The door at the rear opened suddenly, and a girl stood upon the threshold.
  • sear And so, with a feeling of guilt, and in strictest privacy, I turned to the women's section of the Sear, Roebuck Catalog for research and knowledge of the innermost secrets about women's wear.
  • tear "But if the blacks see it they'll tear it down surely," I remarked.
  • wear For that I wear it.
  • Ya A light was seen upstairs at Minato-ya, and just as the whistle of a train was sounded, our boat pushed its nose deep into the sand.
  • yaw Suddenly the schooner in front of me gave a violent yaw, turning, perhaps, through twenty degrees; and almost at the same moment one shout followed another from on board.
  • Ye I wouldna like to be over-confeedent, Mr. Fenwick, and ye'll understand I'm only geevin' ye my own eempression....
  • yea Yea, and without proceeding as far as did the Apostle Paul?
  • yeah "Lenny-this piece of green glass-the thing's shaped like the letter Q." "Yeah, sort of.
  • year 5062. In what year was that?
  • yearn She would look out of the window after him, as he sallied forth in his best array, and her heart would yearn with delight; and once, when Peter de Groodt, struck with the youngster's gallant appearance on a bright Sunday morning, observed, "Well, after all, Dolph does grow a comely fellow!"
  • years I have been here for the last two years.
  • Yer Don't yer wish yer was back, mate?
  • yew The Irish Druids made their wands of divination from the yew-tree; and, like the ancient priests of Egypt, Greece, and Rome, are believed to have controlled spirits, fairies, daemons, elementals, and ghosts while making such divinations.
  • Your Of course I take your word.
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