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Things dear often describes (“dear ________”)
friend, sir, child, mother, boy, fellow, friends, father, lady, brother, girl, wife, children, sister, ones, son, god, lord, life, madam, reader, husband, heart, love, cousin, aunt, uncle, daughter, papa, brethren, master, woman, soul, mamma, parents, creature, doctor, chap, face, brothers, home, sisters, country, land, girls, boys, count, lad, ladies, letter, general, companion, mistress, mary, sirs, dad, sake, jesus, price, readers, john, nephew, self, england, comrades, madame, niece, comrade, baby, grandmother, prince, colleague, mama, angel, george, jack, tom, gentleman, countess, colonel, creatures, sons, redeemer, saviour, souls, grandfather

How dear often is described (“________ dear”)
poor, most, more, old, very, little, less, own, pretty, held, dearest, right, ever, perfect, subject, cheap, peculiarly, sweet, sorry, daddy, lovely, glad, sad, nice, precious, kindred, brother, happy, longer, sister, silly, inveterate, well, least, man, sure, wrong, quite, nan, iny, welcome, darling, cowled, charming, granny, mother, beloved, ready, bye, singularly, foolish, father, awful, sae, scarce, corn, blessed, mummy, okay, funny


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See dear used in context: 100 poetry verses, 262 Shakespeare works, 1 quotation, 5 Mother Goose rhymes, 6 Bible passages, 12 definitions

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