- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affear.
“FART PART n, mef/ain way of attaining that nvhich affears to be Marfs true and ultimate Haffinefs.”
“On mo fide of the Page, he affears with extraordinary Zeal far thehnmertality of the Soul.”
“It is a tragic state of affears that NONE of our lawmakers care enough to comment against the trampling of a human being’s rights in America.”
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