neared

Yeared vs Neared - What's the difference?

yeared | neared |


As an adjective yeared

is of a specified number of years.

As a verb neared is

(near).

Neared vs Beared - What's the difference?

neared | beared |


As verbs the difference between neared and beared

is that neared is (near) while beared is (bear).

Terms vs Neared - What's the difference?

terms | neared |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb neared is

(near).

Neared vs Teared - What's the difference?

neared | teared |


As verbs the difference between neared and teared

is that neared is (near) while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

Neaped vs Neared - What's the difference?

neaped | neared |


As verbs the difference between neaped and neared

is that neaped is (neap) while neared is (near).

As an adjective neaped

is (nautical) left aground on the height of a spring tide, preventing floating till the next spring tide.

Neared vs Uneared - What's the difference?

neared | uneared |


As a verb neared

is (near).

As an adjective uneared is

unploughed.

Neared vs Eared - What's the difference?

neared | eared |


As verbs the difference between neared and eared

is that neared is (near) while eared is (ear).

As an adjective eared is

(mostly|in combination) having ears (of a specific type).

Reared vs Neared - What's the difference?

reared | neared |


As verbs the difference between reared and neared

is that reared is (rear) while neared is (near).

Neared vs Seared - What's the difference?

neared | seared |


As verbs the difference between neared and seared

is that neared is (near) while seared is (sear).

As an adjective seared is

blackened by heat; scorched; burned.

Nearer vs Neared - What's the difference?

nearer | neared |


As an adjective nearer

is less distant from (near).

As a preposition nearer

is closer.

As a verb neared is

(near).

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