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Correct spellings for YEAR''S

  • gears You work for 37 years Drivin' trucks, not shiftin' gears – Holy Cross by Old 97S
  • tears 'Cause seeing your face only brings me out in tears Thinking of the love I've wasted all through the years – Baby I Miss You by Elton John
  • yaws
  • year In mine own land: 'tis many a year, Since, dashing by the lonely shore, – Giaour, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • yearn Whisper my name and I yearn You take me in your arms, start to burn – Fire In Cairo by the cure
  • years Sons of the world, oh, speed those years; But, while we wait, allow our tears! – Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse by Matthew Arnold
  • yeats
  • yes Say yes But if you don't dear confess – Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps by Emma Bunton
  • Yours Just look at it. Look at that funny old face of yours. I knew first look I took at it You've got a face like a kitchen door's. – Look at That Face by Unknown Author
  • Pears
  • Bears We kept up a blazing fire, however, and happily escaped a visit from bears, or any of the savage animals whose voices we heard round us on every side.
  • Fears I am full of tears To-night, of longing, love and foolish fears.
  • wears When one's drawn so fine as you are, one wears-just from living at joy speed....
  • yews A few steps more, and slowly from among the yews came the ghost as before, and raised its long white arm.
  • nears Of course our story nears its end, now that we have seen Max and his chums accomplish the object of their search.
  • yearns My heart yearns for her, and"-hastily-"she will undoubtedly be rejoiced to see me.
  • hears I didn't stir until I hears her hit the lower hall.
  • rears This latter building is another pleasant monument to "the Father of his Country," as it rears its graceful saddle-roofed tower, with the characteristic pointed turrets, over the trees and flowering shrubs that make of the Charles Square such a delectable resting-place.
  • sears On leaving the room I was introduced to Mr. Sears, who, I ascertained, was what they called the 'leading mind.
  • dears God keep you all, dears!
  • EARS I'll pull your ears off the way father nearly did.
  • accept offer
  • act as though
  • act as witness
  • act beneath oneself
  • function properly
  • acts response
  • acts the part
  • acts the part of
  • acts up on
  • acts upon
  • acts with
  • acts with decorum
  • acts with regard to
  • actuations
  • acuities
  • premediated
  • ad rem
  • ad-infinitum
  • ad-lib
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