Bear vs. Bare

Bear
<noun>
  • An animal with a big body and lots of fur
    • example:  There is a bear in the woods.
<verb>
  • To carry, support, or endure
    • example:  Can you bear the pain?
<verb>
  • To give birth
    • example:  She bears my child.
Bare
<adjective>
  • To be naked, unclothed, unfurnished, or incomplete
    • example:  The house was bare.

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No English words rhyme
with month.

Examples

Bear
  • The bear made a loud noise.
  • I can't bear to watch.
  • It was a black bear.
  • She bore 3 children.
  • The chair was unable to bear his weight.
Bare
  • The walls were bare.
  • The floors are bare and damaged.
  • Her legs are bare.
  • The sky was bare, no clouds in sight.
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