Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In firearms, same as sear.

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Examples

  • If the GOP dont gets offensive too scear people like they does every election with negative ads.

    McCain says GOP woes mean a tough road ahead

  • We got up, put on our rappers, and went down in the Seller to get them: do you think Mr. Washington did not follow us and scear us just to death.

    Journal of a Young Lady of Virginia, 1782

  • Well you see afor 'I know'd her vartu', she came running into my cabin, bristles up, and fell on the floor, from what I now believe, to have been a regular scear.

    The Hive of "The Bee-Hunter," A Repository of Sketches, Including Peculiar American Character, Scenery, and Rural Sports

  • July 10th, 2008 at 11: 43 am this is not freaky at all it can scar you the first time but after that it isnt scary one day i will get hard atakk when i am an old granny and i will fant but it will scare me one day hahahahahhahahahahahah! make a scaryer one that will scear the hell out f us it will be fan as! though it is cool and games are wicked!! unknowwwwnnnnnnned Says:

    Scary Maze Game

  • Hûgas became sharp after H. had come_), 2915. ge-sceapan, _to shape, create_: pret.sg. lîf ge-sceôp cynna gehwylcum, 97. scear, st. m., _massacre_: in comp. gûð -, inwit-scear, 2429, etc.

    Beowulf

  • Hūgas became sharp after H. had come_), 2915. ge-sceapan, _to shape, create_: pret.sg. līf ge-sceōp cynna gehwylcum, 97. scear, st. m., _massacre_: in comp. gūð -, inwit-scear, 2429, etc.

    Beowulf

  • "I think there is a plot going down there with a secret society with the old folks. the plot is the scear the disabled out.

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