Bare: Bare is an adjective that means without cover or clothing.

Bear: Bear is a verb that means to hold up or support, or to tolerate. Bear is also a noun and is an animal.

Example Sentences: She always had bare legs when wearing a skirt because she couldn't bear to wear tights.

                                 The black bear roamed the woods.

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