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  • bear Was dyspeptic Life was so hard to bear; Now my heart's antiseptic Since you moved out of there – Finale by Unknown Author
  • char
  • dear Do you like it, dear?
  • ear Which ear is it?"
  • fear "Why, you need fear nothing," he cried.
  • gear But even more beautiful Atalanta seemed to the heroes when she came amongst them in her hunting gear.
  • hear Do you want to hear?
  • heir He will not feel much himself, and his sorrow will be for his heir, not for his son.
  • lear April the 7th, 1793. Mr. Lear called on me, and introduced of himself a conversation on the affairs of the United States.
  • near "No." "He has no wish that I should be near him, I am sure.
  • pear Away he darted like lightning, their horrible yell still ringing in his ears; he spurred his horse, already covered with foam, entered the plain, and, to his horror and amazement, found that between him and the valley there was a horrible chasm, twenty-five feet in breadth and two hundred feet in depth, with acute angles of rocks, as numerous as the thorns upon a prickly pear.
  • rear The man of ordinary intelligence leaves them in the rear.
  • rhea Foremost and specially she became Rhea, the mother of the gods, who had fled to Crete to bear her son Zeus.
  • sear
  • shear
  • swear
  • tear
  • thea
  • veer
  • wa
  • war
  • way
  • weak
  • weal
  • wean
  • wear
  • weary
  • wee
  • wei
  • weir
  • wham
  • wharf
  • wheal
  • wheat
  • wheel
  • when
  • where
  • wherry
  • whet
  • whey
  • whir Then came that heart-chilling sound which, once heard, will never be forgotten, and will ever bring cold terror to mankind-the rattlebone whir-r-r-r-r of the diamond-back rattlesnake.
  • who
  • why
  • woe
  • wooer
  • year
  • Her
  • We
  • Thar
  • What
  • Whew
  • Whoa
  • Shea
  • wears
  • WHEE
  • accroaches
  • accultured
  • actuations
  • innervations
  • retraces ones steps
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