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Spell check of sire

Correct spelling: sire

incur, ruler, dog, become, perplex, catch, squire, stimulate, grow, mahatma, mystify, arrest, fuss, give, fertile, cause, take, senior, parent, pop, start out, procreate, aim, create, have, chief, scram, conception, capture, bewilder, inaugurator, instituter, buzz off, proprietor, headmistress, boy, the Prince of Wales, landlord, president, originator, begin, induce, landlady, head, contract, Lord, manager, forebear, return, produce, courtship, yield, originate, baffle, Regina, kingpin, amaze, cockerel, founder, commandant, start, breeding, render, initiator, flummox, the Queen, boar, commander, stick, generator, bring forth, stupefy, titleholder, generate, dean, don, convey, breeder, kin, founding father, couple, old man, captain, spawn, engenderer, pater, conceive, procreator, bring, find, star, engender, dumbfound, H.R.H., come, ma'am, Rex, bugger off, responsibility, acquire, artificial insemination, found, make, fertilize, gravel, pay off, experience, breed, establisher, fertilization, producer, R., develop, pappy, overprotect, begetter, fertilise, receive, author, get, buck, proprietress, billy goat, arrive, pose, the Queen Mother, obtain, bull, papa, abbot, guru, director, male parent, pay back, suffer, alpha male, get down, get under one's skin, Defender of the Faith, estrus, master, mother, set out, puzzle, maker, mandarin, fix, let, drive, beginner, assisted reproduction, executive, daddy, breeding ground, fetch, father, headmaster, paternity, officer, hatch, quartermaster, leader, authority, fecund, beget, draw, set about, bullock, go, commence, maestro, nonplus, asexual reproduction, pa, dad, governor, creator, sustain, principal, forefather, beat, vex.

disciple, pupil, student, follower, supporter.

Examples of usage:

1) Even if matters were not so bad as this, still " the yet- loved sire would make Confusion worse than death, and shake The pillars of domestic peace." - "A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'", Alfred Gatty.

2) Judge me not too harshly, sire, for I love thy daughter, and if thou wilt give thy consent to our marriage I will do all that becometh a man to deserve such treasure. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) " I am killed, Sire," he replies; and, smiling, falls dead at the Emperor's feet. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.