What is the correct spelling for HEARR?

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Correct spellings for HEARR

  • hare The hare and the rabbit, on the other hand, do not store up fat against a time of need; their food-supply of bark and twigs is constant, no matter how deep the snows.
  • harrow Mr. Surplice waited awhile, then read the hymn; but there was a dead silence,-no turning of leaves, no blending of sweet voices, no soul-thrilling strains, such as had reformed Farmer Harrow , and given rest to his horses one day in seven.
  • harry "And I like a made-up story best," said Harry .
  • hear "I hear 'em," said Dan'l.
  • heard I never heard anything like it in my life.
  • hearer His hearer nodded approvingly.
  • heart The heart will be gone out of me.
  • hera Humbly, for many a rude word and harsh rebuff had the dictum of Hera brought her during her wanderings, Latona went to the edge of the pond, and, kneeling down, was most thankfully about to drink, when the peasants espied her. Roughly and rudely they told her to begone, nor dare to drink unbidden of the clear water beside which their willows grew.
  • here I wish he were here .
  • hero "I've done my bit of hero worship in my time.
  • herr Where have we been, Herr Wilhelm?
  • hoary The procession of political, social, and religious systems, the royal, imperial, priestly, democratic epochs, and all other great phases of human affairs, had been as passing cloud shadows, mere fashions of a day, compared with the hoary antiquity of the rule of the rich.
  • hr Blackpool Collegiate School for Girls Ann Chant CB, Chief Executive of the Contributions Agency from 1991 and the Child Support Agency from 1994 to 1997 Debbie Mellor (née Clough) OBE Head of the Employment Branch in the HR Directorate of the Dept.
  • Her If it was not her, who was it?
  • hears "And Mr. Crum has promised to let us know when he hears from her.
  • hearers Know your subject better than your hearers know it, and you have nothing to fear.

16 words made from the letters HEARR