Correct spelling for BARAND

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Possible correct spellings for barand

  • Band(Definition of band)
  • And the emperor ordered to horse the greeks and germans in one band.

  • Bared(Definition of bared)
  • He bared his head, looked serenely into victor's doubting eyes, and turned to the chevalier, whose face was without any sign of welcome or displeasure.

  • Braid(Definition of braid)
  • Thus, in making honiton and point lace, thread in twelve different degrees of fineness is used; and as the braids also vary in size, the thread must always be adapted to the braid.

  • Brandi
  • Cannonball" (supertramp song), 1985 "cannonball" (damien rice song), covered by little mix "cannonball" (lea michele song) "cannonball" (showtek and justin prime song), 2013 "cannonball" (skylar grey song), 2015 "cannonball", a song by five iron frenzy from their 2004 album the end is near "cannonball", a song by dog eat dog "cannon ball", a song by colin munroe featuring drake "cannonball", a song by brandi carlile a tribute to cannonball, a jazz album by bud powell and don byas (1979)

  • Rand(Definition of rand)
  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • "they say," cried one, "that the baron likes bettmeyer, and has thrown some good things in his way of late."

  • Barnard
  • My pride a little revolted at the idea of following him; but i persuaded myself that isora's happiness, and perhaps her father's safety, depended on my obtaining some knowledge of the character and designs of this barnard, who appeared to possess so dangerous an influence over both daughter and sire; nor did i doubt but that the old man was now gone forth to meet him.

  • Brandt
  • Brenda
  • Brandy(Definition of brandy)
  • Brant(Definition of brant)
  • Brando
  • Brained(Definition of Brained)
  • Surely there must be something in this book very extraordinary; a something they cannot digest, thus to excite the wrath and ire of these hot-brained mason-bit gentry."

  • Brands
  • Brandie
  • Brand(Definition of brand)
  • The crawleys, the wilmots, and captain gordon are going back after furlough; mr. brand and g. and i are going only for pleasure and the cold weather.

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • Should the pasture be composed mainly of grasses, food rich in protein, as wheat bran, should be fed, but if it is composed mainly of clover, then more carbonaceous grain, as corn, should be fed.

  • Brander
  • Brander said pleasantly: "to ship with you."

  • Brad(Definition of brad)
  • Brad was panting, over by the door.