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huggermugger

Synonyms:

cloak-and-dagger, covertly, secretiveness, Clandestinity, Secretness, Covertness, clandestinely, clandestineness, huggermuggery, clandestine.
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Correct spelling:
bear
Definition:
A rough wild quadruped, with long shaggy hair and hooked claws: any brutal or ill- behaved person: ( astron.) the name of two constellations, the Great and the Little Bear.

What does the acronym bear stand for?

BEAR abbreviation definitions:
–  Vermont Teddy Bear, Inc.
–  Bonus Extension And Retraining

Synonyms:

noun
animal
bear.
bear
yield, stomach, support, assume, give birth, conduct, brook, tolerate, acquit, behave, hold, endure, deport, deliver, wear, contain, suffer, pay, accept, take over, stand, comport, birth, carry, abide.
bear in mind
note, be mindful of, take into account, mind, consider, remember, keep in, make a mental note.
bear out
confirm, prove, support, back up, ratify, validate, endorse, uphold, vindicate, justify, demonstrate, corroborate, substantiate, warrant, verify.
bear up
cope, persevere, survive, carry on, soldier on, suffer, grin and bear it, endure, keep your pecker up, withstand.
bear with
suffer, forbear, be patient with, put up with, endure, tolerate, make allowances for.
lawman
police.
lout
slob, lout.
mammal
hare, elk, camel, squirrel, deer, possum, polecat, gazelle, dog, mink, arctic fox, rabbit, hedgehog, chinchilla, buffalo, ocelot, mole, ox, gopher, echidna, donkey, panda, ermine, porcupine, gnu, caribou, otter, rhinoceros, hyena, ibex, puma, mongoose, giraffe, opossum, llama, lemming, cat, bison, weasel, pig, yak, skunk, alpaca, wombat, raccoon, stoat, moose, jaguar, koala, mouse, cheetah, ferret, goat, kangaroo, hippopotamus, stag, sheep, hog, sloth, wallaby, jackal, dromedary, cow, tiger, horse, elephant, burro, coyote, hamster, camelopard, antelope, cougar, marmot, swine, rat, shrew, reindeer, fox, chipmunk, zebra, mule, panther, sable, lion, Lynx, wolf, dingo, leopard, cavy, beaver, platypus, bobcat.
person
bear.
policeman
patrolwoman, patrolman.
verb
abide
continue, linger, remain, abide, persevere, tarry, go on, suffer, undergo, last, experience, endure, persist, put up with, tolerate.
bring
draw, conduct, lug, ferry, bring, deliver, induce, fetch, move, carry, pack, convey, tote, attract, transport, adduce, buck, transfer, impart, take.
carry
shift, send, remove, dispatch, deliver, cart, express, move, transmit, haul, underlie.
contact
bear.
creation
turn out, bear.
endure
encounter, tolerate, brook, admit, suffer, put up with, abide, permit, allow, experience, stomach, undergo.
give birth
fructify, reproduce, propagate, beget, make, breed, develop, produce, provide, be delivered of, invent, parturitate, bring forth, create, form, generate, yield, engender.
head
head, vector, steer, fix, aim.
stative
bear.
support mentally
harbor, sustain, hold up, uphold, hold, possess, cherish, entertain, weigh upon, maintain, have, exhibit, shoulder.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I couldn't bear any one else to tell him," said Colin. – The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  2. I can't bear to hear you speak of Rose in that way." – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  3. You can bear a little more?" – A Tale of Two Cities A Story of the French Revolution by Charles Dickens
  4. Don't- I couldn't bear it! – The Branding Iron by Katharine Newlin Burt
  5. He could not bear to think about her. – Father Stafford by Anthony Hope
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