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Bare vs. Bear

Finding the Differences between Bare and Bear


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Bare vs. Bear

Wearing no clothes or not covered.
Empty.
To uncover or reveal something.
Plain and simple.

To support or carry something.
When a tree or plant bears fruit, flowers, or leaves, it produces them.
If you can’t bear something, you can’t put up with it, either because it upsets you or because you don’t like it at all.
If you bear a resemblance to someone, you look somewhat like the person.
A large, heavy mammal with thick fur.
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