What is the correct spelling for REEAR?

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Correct spellings for REEAR

  • bear For hand of thine ? and canst thou think and bear To let thy music drop here unaware – Sonnet IV by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • beer you drink some beer you find a pal you bend his ear the kinda song you never hear – Joe by Unknown Author
  • dear Thou 'rt to love and Heaven sae dear, Nocht of ill may come thee near, – Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes by Robert Burns
  • deer And happy were I, if the Czar Retain his lawless will, To end life here like this poor deer, Or a lamb on a green hill." – Russian Fugitive, The by William Wordsworth
  • drear Dives, oh, cannot you hear, For the music and dance of your high land, The moaning of misery drear That comes from the desolate island?
  • e'er Now if that stranger Had aught in common with king Laius, What wretch on earth was e'er so lost as I?
  • ear Though whiles his gravit-knot wad clim' Ahint his ear, An' whiles he'd buttons oot or in The less ae mair. – To Charles Baxter by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • fear Be bold, my Book, nor be abash'd, or fear The cutting thumb-nail, or the brow severe; – TO HIS BOOK by Robert Herrick
  • gear I shall appear some harmless villager Whom thrift keeps up about his country gear. But here she comes; I fairly step aside, And hearken, if I may her business hear. – Comus by John Milton
  • hear Thus spouted Jones (whar folks could hear, -- At Court and other gatherin's), And thus kep' spoutin' many a year, Proclaimin' loudly far and near – Jones's Porvate Argyment by Sidney Lanier
  • jeer At that moment he was very glad that he had never betrayed Charmian, very glad of the Puritan in him which perhaps many women would jeer at, did they know of its existence.
  • lear Uh, thirty thousand feet up in the air, up in the lear Dressed in a black tux, forty cal. tucked, strapped to the chair – Miguel Sanchez by ghostface killah
  • leer There was a mocking leer on his lips.
  • ne'er
  • near Told me my grandmamma was near; Whether she praised me high and clear – Dedicatory Poem For "Underwoods" by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • pear Mother of famine take this pear Upon an arrow through the rings of time This small fruit this golden prayer May it pass from this hand to thine – Somalia by Patti Smith
  • peer Always feel the breath of the ones behind you left as a peer Prize in front hunger overcomes if the mind ain't clear – Nonstarter by urban dance squad
  • ra Tymura lu ra Shana tu hay ah – Change We Must by Jon Anderson
  • radar it was rob, swift, so the eclipse rock radar, steerin' it up, yeah, flippin the crook vadar – Like This (full & Fresh) by x-ecutioners
  • raw Is being burned to the raw Reaping unprotected riches Human nature's self-destructing flaw – Stonewall by annihilator
  • ray Enlivening Hope displayed her cheerful ray, And beamed on Britain's sons a brighter day; – Lines written as a School Exercise at Hawkshead, Anno Aetatis by William Wordsworth
  • re
  • read She took it, with fingers that shook a little, and read it through at least twice.
  • real It was to me not real .
  • ream
  • reap
  • rear
  • rearm
  • recur
  • reed
  • reedy
  • reef
  • reek
  • reel
  • reeve
  • refer
  • rehear
  • relay
  • repair
  • repay
  • rhea
  • roar
  • roe
  • rue
  • sear
  • seer
  • tear
  • veer
  • wear
  • year
  • Freer
  • Greer
  • Rae
  • Reba
  • Reese
  • Rena
  • Reva
  • Rheas
  • rears
  • RR
  • RAH
  • reefer
  • accultured
  • counter-vail

8 words made from the letters REEAR

  • 3 letter words made from REEAR:

    are, ear, era, err.
  • 5 letter words made from REEAR:

    arere, raree.
  • 4 letter words made from REEAR:

    rare, rear.