Definition of Redears

1. redear [n] - See also: redear



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redears

reddle
reddled
reddleman
reddlemen
reddles
reddling
reddour
redds
reddy
rede
redeal
redealing
redeals
redealt
redear
redears (current term)
redecide
redecided
redecides
redeciding
redeck
redecked
redecking
redeclaration
redeclarations
redeclare
redeclared
redeclares
redeclaring
redeconvolve

Literary usage of Redears

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1. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1861)
"At Marsh Hall, near RedearS Lady Margaret Bruce Yeoman, aged 64. The deceased lady was eldest dan. of Laurence, first Earl of Zetland, and married, In 1816, ..."

2. Middlesex & Hertfordshire Notes and Queries (1897)
"How matters ended and how the huntsmen and landowners ultimately became friends again, I do not know but possibly some other of your redears may be able to ..."

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