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Correct spellings for 9YEAR
- bear I can't bear it.
- dear You know you can trust me, dear-you must trust me."
- ear At its door a sound caught his ear.
- fear 23. He will surely be elected, I haven't any fear.
- gear He ran back to the horse-gear room, but Yarloo had gone.
- hear Didn't you hear him?
- lear 1889. John Bright, the eminent British statesman, declared: "Any man that believes that William Shakespeare of Stratford wrote Hamlet or Lear is a fool."
- near "They won't let me near him-they won't let me!
- pear The plants are somewhat pear-shaped, rounded above, and tapering below to the stout base.
- rear The Phantom took a few steps forward, then stopped abruptly, his eyes fixed on the small window in the rear of the cigar store.
- sear I washed her skirt with my handkerchief as well as I could, saying: "Let me just sear it for you; we can go to the Kennels.
- tear But the others were silent, and a tear dropped on the back of poor Molly's hand.
- wear They are very good in that they wear well.
- yaw Just, however, as I was about to yaw once more, it was hauled down, and she was luffed up into the wind.
- yea As the one dieth, so dieth the other; yea, they have all one breath, so that a man has no pre-eminence over a beast: for all is vanity.
- yeah "Yeah," another voice said.
- year I don't like to think of him all alone here, year after year.
- yearn Is there an Englishman representing any party who does not yearn for a better future between Ireland and Great Britain?
- years "I've waited ten years for this day, and it's come at last.
- yew At the little gate that led from the vicarage into the churchyard, between the yew trees and the beeches, the curate waited for Violetta, after evensong.
- Ya Here a ceremony is observed twice annually by rich men for the increase of ay-ya-wan', the wild carabao.
- Ye Quha conjurit the litill gaist say ye?
- Yer "Come, Peter boy, yer tired.
- Your "Have you thought of your father?