An assemblage or combination of tackles, for hoisting or lowering the yards of a ship.(noun)
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Use "jears" in a sentence
"Sure, Rose and Bernard are a combo and one would most likely not pop up without the other, but I really need Rose because no other woman can be rough and tough with Jack and keep back the jears (that's LOST-talk for Jack tears, in case you don't know)."
"The world is ready for Obama. go for it. end for the stupid en jalouse people, A dem. is A dem, and not A rep. if obama wins, he hat more fans than Hillary. shame on you. sorry for the language, i m 62 jears old and learnet no english."
"Of the latter, the one most commonly in use was flogging at the gangway or jears."