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AIR—are:—Cont.
AIT—ATE
pair
aware
pare
beware
pear
coheir
scare
compare
share
declare
•snare
despair
spare
elsewhere
square
ensnare
stair
forbear
stare
forswear
swear
howe'er
tare
impair
tear (verb)
prepare
there
repair
ware
whate'er
wear
whene'er
where
where'er
yare
debonnair
affair
howsoe'er
armchair
millionaire
bait
calculate
bate
candidate
date
captivate
eight
castigate
fate
celebrate
gait
celibate
gate
circulate
grate
congregate
great
consecrate
hate
contemplate
late
cultivate
mate
dedicate
pate
delegate
plate
delicate
prate
deprecatoi
rate
slate
sate
straight
irate
strait
migrate
wait
narrate
abate
prostrate
await
rebate
belate
relate
collate
sedate
create
translate
cremate
abdicate
debate
abrogate
dilate
accurate
elate
adequate
estate
advocate
frustrate
aggravate
ingrate
agitate
innate
alienate
desolate
animate
desperate
anotate
dislocate
antedate
dissipate
apostate
educate
arbitrate
elevate
arrogate
emigrate
aspirate
emulate
cachinate
estimate
AIRS—ARES
theirs                 unawares
And the plurals of nouns and the third persons singular of verbs in are, air, eir; as mares, repairs.
AISE—AZE
blaze
phrase
craze
praise
daze
raise
feaze
raze
gaze
amaze
glaze
cross-ways
graze
paraphrase
maze
Also the plurals of nouns, and the third person singular of verbs in ay, ey, eigb; as lays, obeys, weighs.
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