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Correct spellings for HAEAR

  • bear But ye, who for the living lost That agony in secret bear, Who shall with soothing words accost The strength of your despair? – Living Lost, The by william cullen bryant
  • dear Fair Freedom! we may hold thee dear, When thus thy mightiest foes their fear – Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte by george gordon, lord byron
  • ear Cynthia, O Cynthia, turn thine Ear, nor scorn Endymions plaints to hear. – Two Songs At the Marriage Of The Lord Fauconberg And The Lady Mary Cromwell by Andrew Marvell
  • fear Meet Statue for the court of Fear! His hat is up--and every hair – Peter Bell, A Tale by William Wordsworth
  • gaea
  • gear Can ya help me put my truck in gear? Can ya take me far away from here? – Island Of Lost Souls by Blondie
  • ha Ha ri me no ca ri ha La ve ro ma ni es to ra – Hymne by Vangelis
  • haber
  • hair To discover your pillow is covered with hair Wot ought not to be there? – "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" Script - Broadway musical by Unknown Author
  • haler
  • hater Roll down the windows stick my hand out, "Hi hater!" I'm on my way to L.A., I'll see you guys later – Iceman by Lloyd Banks
  • haw
  • hay They could reach the hay and eat snow for water.
  • he And he done it all just about as well.
  • head Could it be that he was going to head them off?
  • heal But she wore them with a sweet, brave submission, not affecting to disbelieve that time would surely heal love's aching pain.
  • heap Doctor, what disease is it that makes your legs suddenly give way beneath you, so that you find yourself sitting in a heap on the floor without knowing how you came there?
  • hear You hear and understand?"
  • heard You have only heard of them.
  • heart The king has found a heart.
  • heat In London-" "You will anger me, Roger," cried Walter in sudden heat, "if you speak thus of Nellie Roe and Nur Mahal in the same breath."
  • heir And then, as to her daughter; that she did not still love this new heir in her heart of hearts-of that the mother was by no means sure.
  • hera
  • herr
  • hew
  • hie
  • hour
  • hue
  • lear
  • near
  • pear
  • rear
  • sear
  • shear
  • tear
  • wear
  • year
  • Her
  • Hey
  • Hadar
  • Hagar
  • Huey
  • Saar
  • hears
  • HaaS
  • PAAR
  • hazer
  • afterparts
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