What is the correct spelling for GARE?
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Correct spellings for GARE
- are Then you are off to-day? Farewell, you city-wits that are Almost at civil war; – An Ode to Master Anthony Stafford, to Hasten him into the Country by Thomas Randolph
- bare And it requires a manuscript strong in the spirit of detachment to lay bare its heart. Thus leave I them, with voice of plaint and care, In raging woe crying full piteously; And as I went, full naked and full bare Some I beheld, looking dispiteously, – Court of Love, The by Geoffrey Chaucer
- care Being forbidden to think of you, what did I care about anything? If you really care Scratch my back and run your pretty Fingers through my hair – Treat Me Nice by Unknown Author
- dare How dare you, sah! A trace of dare To live the truth I hide somewhere – Alibi by Christopher Cross
- fare Earth, sea, and air, Are daily ransack'd for the bills of fare . Goin' down to the greyhound station Gonna buy me a oneway fare Good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise Watch it for I'll be right there. – Don't It Make You Want to Go Home by Bobby Bare
- gage How did it come about that Gage had met Inza there?
- gale Mr. Wragg, looking up fiercely at Mr. Gale , was surprised at the expression on that gentleman's face.
- game What a game it had been!
- gape The Don nodded his satisfaction at this, and then Moll, awaking with the sudden outburst of her father's voice, gives first a gape , then a shiver, and looking about her with an air of wonder, smiles as her eye fell on the Don.
- gar It is frequently argued that they are identical with the Longobardi; that the words Heatho-Bard and Long-Bard correspond, just as we get sometimes Gar -Dene, sometimes Hring-Dene.
- garb Can you imagine me in the garb of an Oakdale policeman?
- gary Judge Gary , at Orangeville, had charge of the Reverend Mr. Carew's affairs.
- gate This Gate is of Beautiful Proportions and Has a Fine Lion.
- gaze And while I gaze on thy sweet face Bedecked with every infant grace, My soul's best feelings are called Forth- I see in thee increasing worth.
- glare How harsh the glare of the streets appeared to-night.
- gore You must look as fierce and desperate as you can, so he'll think you are thirsting for his gore .
- hare Careful as to his personal appearance, Francis Hare was always dressed in the height of the fashion.
- mare Run, Minnie, to the barn, and tell John to put the black mare into the buggy as quickly as possible."
- Gave Because I myself-gave it to her.
- GARS This sight, joined to the other aspects of the strange scene,-the fantastic dress, the savage expressions of the barbarous and uncouth gars,-was so new and so amazing to Monsieur de Fontaine, accustomed to the nobler and better-regulated appearance of the Vendean troops, that he seized the occasion to say to the Marquis de Montauran, "What do you expect to do with such brutes?"