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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

Descriptive words:
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

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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Book See dear used in context: 100+ rhymes, 262 Shakespeare works, 5 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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