- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rear.
“The old question about a small squad again reared its head – especially in the absence of Xavi and Villa.”
“Then Van Pelt asked what others say about Orakpo, and the subject of friendly fire again reared its bruise-rendering head.”
“Politics has again reared its ugly head, and this time, the platform is "Corn produces ethanol and ethanol fuels automobiles!”
“The phrase reared its ugly head yet again earlier this month when Obama suggested that Republicans would try to scare voters by reminding us that he "doesn't look like those other presidents on the dollar bills.”
“The environment in which children are reared is absolutely critical to their development.”
“Trees stricken or still in leaf reared from the unfamiliar element.”
“Then it is a matter, too, of history, that Spain reared a Simon Bolivar, and lost all her American possessions because she refused to adopt what the English policy has always been in Colonial Government.”
“When such cases are found, it remains to be shown that the child so reared is proportionately benefited by this unremittent devotion of its mother.”
“Jerusalem and the cities of Judah shall be again reared: Then thy walls shall be built, walls for habitation, walls for defence, house-walls, town-walls, temple-walls; it is in order to these that the decree is repealed, Isa. xliv.”
“The 'Ugly Aussies' title reared its head again during the third Test between Australia and West Indies in Perth last week.”
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