What is the correct spelling for LEAR?

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Correct spellings for LEAR

  • bear I could not bear to see them take that.
  • blear Mouldy, gray and blear , it lives far longer than one's whole life!
  • clear It was free and on top of a mountain, looking into the clear eyes of a woman who loved him.
  • dear Didn't you find it so, my dear ?
  • ear The girl caught a short hold on her lines and cut him sharply across the ear .
  • fear I never knew what fear was before.
  • gear B Off End Back Roll Gear .
  • hear "Do you hear that?
  • lea She gives a pretty good swish at the face o' the harbour when the weather's rough from the south-east, and flies over on to the boats; but Bar Lea Point yonder takes all the rough of it and shelters us like.
  • lead You have walk all the long trail-I saw you walk-and lead those horse, for only to bring our box.
  • leaf Stop new side shoots at the sixth leaf to produce fruit-buds.
  • leak And when my hard and rather lazy soil Sprung a leak upward with petroleum-oil- When, through the wonder in my glad old eyes, I saw tall derricks by the hundred rise, Flinging wealth at me with unceasing hand, And turning to a mine my hard old land, Until it seemed as if the spell would hold Till every blade of grass was turned to gold- I felt, as never yet had come to me, How little round the curves of life we see; Or, in our rushings on, suspect or view What sort of stations we are coming to!
  • lean I don't need to lean on you-but I will-just for fun.
  • leap Let them only allow her to leave, for her heart will leap out of her bosom from longing for her husband.
  • lear His letter to his son-in-law, expressing the warmest affection for all his family except his son, is sufficient to prevent the horrible notion that he might have been driven forth like Lear by his undutiful children after he had parted his goods among them.
  • learn There's nothing more to learn here.
  • leary When the Boss does show up he wears a regular breakfast food smile that made me leary , for when he looks tickled it don't signify that things are coming his way.
  • leer Her anger flared at his leer and at his broad way of gratifying her whim.
  • liar But if Harry King is my son, then he is all the more a liar and a coward-if the claim against him is true.
  • near It is hard-so hard that I came near staying at home this morning.
  • pear "Catch, Peter Junior," called Betty from the top of the pear tree as he passed down the garden path, and tossed him a pear which he caught, then another and another.
  • rear "They must come on this time," cried Lancelot; "if they don't, they'll get cut down by their friends in the rear ."
  • sear To-day they make instruments of death; high explosives to shatter flesh and bone to pulp and powder, deadly gases to sear men's eyes, to choke out human life.
  • tear I shall tear up everything too.
  • wear "He appeareth strange to me," she answered, "but he will not wear them long.
  • year Why not the year ?
  • Leah Jacob disposed of his share when he buried Leah in it, and the remaining one belongs to me.
  • LEAS Anna's head was better; the paroxysms of pain were leas frequent than in the morning, and she lay upon her pillow, her eyes closed wearily, and her thoughts with Charlie Millbrook.

11 words made from the letters LEAR