(In reply to re(2): Trial, or on the Trail
by ed bottemiller)
Seer has two syllables (or at least one and a half!) like skier, sear rhymes with beer. Webster gives: sir, sÁ-ər (seer) and sir (sear). Wictionary has siə(r) (seer) and sɪə(ɹ) (sear) but in a separate section gives sear as a 'rhyme' for seer anyway.
So it seems this is a problem where everyone gets a chocolate (or should that be a candy?)
Posted by broll
on 2010-10-15 18:00:47