The proper word is "bear," as in to carry a load. The term "bear with" me is a request to help carry one's burden, or asking for patience. "Bare with me" would be asking someone to undress.
Asked in Example Sentences
Would you say the data will bare us out or bear us out?
You'd use "bear us out", not "bare us out". To "bear" someone is to carry them, therefore "bear us out" is akin to "carry us out". "Bare" refers to being plain or uncovered. ...
Asked in Gun Laws
Are gun laws unconstitutional?
The US constitution does not say that there can be no laws about guns, but it does say that Americans have the right to bear arms because a militia is a necessary part of national defense (which is to say, if America were to be invaded, the invaders would have to face not just the US armed forces, but an armed citizenry as well). In the end, it is the Supreme Court which will rule on what is or is not...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What is the cross in your life?
I suppose I could say a bossy wife, but she would be the least of one of many crosses that I have to bear. I would therefore have to say my own slothfulness at times in doing that which I know should be done. Answer: The cross that I bear is being a Muslim in America, where most people have almost zero true information about Islam, a ton of nonsense in their heads about Islam and a real negative attitude about us. ...
Asked in Animal Life
What is the stongest animal in the US?
I would say either a gizzly bear or a male moose in ruting season. Male moose's have been known to kill bears when provoked and in ruting season can be more deadly than a bear. But if you count humans as animals (which we are) the it would be us. If you think about it we are not very big but some of us are very strong. Ronnie Coleman an olympic bodybuilder can leg press 2200 lbs for 8 reps, something...
Is the phrase 'bear in mind' grammatically correct?
Yes, the term 'bear in mind' is grammatically correct; the verb 'to bear' is used to mean 'to hold' in your mind. A more interesting answer: Bear in mind, the correct spelling of a phrase, or a terrifying psychotic episode? A lot of words have more than one meaning. Sometimes, it's as though these words are taunting us like potholes in the roads of our happiness, causing us to find ourselves helplessly stuck in a hole of misunderstanding. The double meaning of bear...
Who are not permitted to have the right to bear arms in the US?
Mostly just Felons with battery charges or with class A or B charges. You also may not get one if the government or your local authority deems you irresponsible, then at which point they can revoke your right to bare arms ...