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Correct spellings for HEEAR

  • bear And you're my teddy bear Together we're a chu-chi woo-chi, ooo-chi coo-chi pair – Chu-Chi Face by Unknown Author
  • beer Nor migrated to Brighton once a year, Nor -- most astonishing of all -- drank Beer. – Beer by Charles Stuart Calverley
  • cheer A mouth full of cheer A sweet without peer – Toot Sweets by Unknown Author
  • dear To say: "God bless you, dear!" And I felt such a precious tear – Fleurette by Robert W. Service
  • deer What do I gotta do to get some respect 'round here Start frontin' like I'm crazy and throwin' round chairs Would you quit tellin' people that I'm from Brown Deer Really man, what you tryin' to do, kill my career? – Go On by B. Reith
  • e'er Oh, let it never buy its happiness With its good name; at least, may Talbot's eyes Be closed in death e'er this shall come to pass.
  • ear It may not sound in ev'ry wighte's ear: Exiling slander ay for dread and fear, – Court of Love, The by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • fear Labouring for life, in hope and fear, To reach a safer shore--how near, – To The Daisy (fourth poem) by William Wordsworth
  • gear How dem a try fi dis mi when dem know wi find new gear Because a we one rule di year – World Gone Mad by Beenie Man
  • ha won han da myun nae gil guhl uh do jo ha han guhl eum sshik jo geum duh na – Just A Feeling by s.e.s.
  • hair Too much make-up, too much hair Don't be fooled by thinkin' that the goods are not all there – Backwoods Barbie by Unknown Author
  • haw
  • hay Early that fall he had his first attack of hay-fever.
  • he And this is he!
  • head Doctor Hilary shook his head.
  • heal But the wounds of the human spirit lie deep, and it takes them a lang time tae heal.
  • heap "No, I don't guess you need it a heap.
  • hear Hear if I can.
  • heard He has heard us speak of you so much!
  • heart He spoke now in his heart; and a great comfort it was.
  • heat Can't they heat the place?
  • heed To my inquiries no one gave heed.
  • heel You'll come with me to the doctor after supper if I have to drag you there by one heel!"
  • heir Archie will marry now, and will have children, and his boy will be the heir.
  • hera
  • herr
  • hew
  • hewer
  • hie
  • hour
  • hue
  • jeer
  • lear
  • leer
  • ne'er
  • near
  • pear
  • peer
  • rear
  • rehear
  • sear
  • seer
  • shear
  • sheer
  • tear
  • veer
  • wear
  • year
  • Heep
  • Her
  • Hey
  • Hadar
  • Hagar
  • Huey
  • hears
  • heehaw
  • accultured
  • afterparts
  • setting-out
  • setting-outs
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