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  • air Against the faded air, And star by star prepare – Voluntary by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • bear Since earthly eye but ill can bear To trace the change to foul from fair. – And Thou Art Dead, As Young and Fair by george gordon, lord byron
  • dear "So sweet the place," we said, "Its tacit tales so dear, Our thoughts, when breath has sped, Will meet and mingle here!"... – Middle-Age Enthusiasms by Thomas Hardy
  • drear In Rehoboth October and November were ever drear; and now that the old Bridge Factory was in ruins, and work scarce and food scant, the minds of the people were overcast with what threatened to be the winter of a discontent.
  • ear Hath sought, proclaiming to the ear Of night his grief and sorrowful fear-- – Peter Bell, A Tale by William Wordsworth
  • fair
  • fear It is Fear, O Little Hunter, it is Fear! Now the spates are banked and deep; now the footless boulders leap-- Now the lightning shows each littlest leaf--rib clear-- But thy throat is shut and dried, and thy heart against thy side – The Song of the Little Hunter by Rudyard Kipling
  • gear And ever she sends more. For since that wife had gate or gear, – The Sea-Wife by Rudyard Kipling
  • hair The Dog who when sinking had seized his hair,-- The Dog who had saved, and conducted him there,-- – Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • hear To some wight, amaz'd to hear Jesting, deep in forest drear. – Robin Hood by John Keats
  • heir Jesus Christ anointed one ascended in the air Or you can say the air where the Father made Him heir – Joyful Noise by Flame 314
  • lair There was plenty of loot in the lair We'd plunder and pillage And ransack a village With nary a worry or care – Are You In or Out? by disney
  • lear And it don't stop there, hellicopter to the lear M-X black kart, shopper of the year – Wasting My Time by Mase
  • meir
  • near And a Duke and his Duchess near; And one Sir Edmund in columned gloom, And a Saxon king by the presbytery chamber; And shapes unknown in the rear. – Copying Architecture in an Old Minster by Thomas Hardy
  • pair To make a chain of fools, you need a matching pair One hypocritical fool and the crowd that's never there – Passengers by Elton John
  • pear Who's the strange lady with the big silly hair And berries on her face Dressed like a pear Do I really have to hold her hand – Wayne by Chantal Kreviazuk
  • ra Mikham beram, pa nadaram Mikham naram, ya nadaram Gerye konam del nadaram Dad bezanam, ra nadaram – Mikham Beram by Shadmehr Aghili
  • raid
  • rail Surely I may go to the rail!
  • rain The country wants rain, but-I doubt if we shall get it with this Government.
  • raw The raw material may give out.
  • ray For the moment the ray of the bull's-eye revealed no one.
  • re So fully was his course approved that he was re-elected by a majority of one hundred and forty-eight.
  • reach Louise stopped, when she found he was not keeping up with her, and turned to him, and waited for him to reach her.
  • read She read on and on.
  • reader Shall we be afraid of a dream-reader?
  • ready When she did come Louie would be ready for her.
  • real It is too real.
  • ream
  • reamer
  • reap
  • reaper
  • rear
  • rearm
  • recur
  • refer
  • reid
  • rein
  • reit
  • renoir
  • repair
  • retie
  • rhea
  • ri
  • rio
  • roar
  • sear
  • tear
  • wear
  • weir
  • year
  • Rae
  • rears
  • RR
  • RAH
  • NAIR
  • REHI
  • realer
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