teared

Feared vs Teared - What's the difference?

feared | teared |


As verbs the difference between feared and teared

is that feared is (fear) while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

As an adjective feared

is pertaining to someone or thing that causes great fear in others.

Beared vs Teared - What's the difference?

beared | teared |


As verbs the difference between beared and teared

is that beared is (bear) while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

Tear vs Teared - What's the difference?

tear | teared |


As verbs the difference between tear and teared

is that tear is to rend (a solid material) by holding or restraining in two places and pulling apart, whether intentionally or not; to destroy or separate or tear can be to produce tears while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

As a noun tear

is a hole or break caused by tearing or tear can be a drop of clear, salty liquid produced from the eyes by crying or irritation.

Torn vs Teared - What's the difference?

torn | teared |

Torn is a see also of teared.


As verbs the difference between torn and teared

is that torn is (rip, rend, speed) while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

Tore vs Teared - What's the difference?

tore | teared |

Tore is a see also of teared.


As verbs the difference between tore and teared

is that tore is (tear) (rip, rend, speed) while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

As an adjective tore

is (dialectal|or|obsolete) hard, difficult; wearisome, tedious.

As a noun tore

is (architecture) or tore can be the dead grass that remains on mowing land in winter and spring.

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