Deer is Dear but Dear???? what is the meaning of this sentence?


7 Answers

  • Deer (the animal or its meat) is dear (important, close to the heart of the speaker) but dear (expensive).

    So it could be written less confusingly as:

    “Deer (or venison) is precious to me, but expensive.”


  • The (animal or its meat) Deer is lovely (desirable) but expensive.

  • Deer is prized, but expensive.

    Don’t you love the english language…

  • Refer to wikepidia the free internet encyclopedia, since you are on line.

    Sorry am a little busy to do that for you right now.

  • Ten points to Liam at once for his ready wit!

  • Liam answered it for you. rest all are just collecting points. including myself

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