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Correct spelling for BARBARS
We think the word barbars is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for barbars
- Barbarous(Definition of barbarous)
- Barbados(Definition of barbados)
- Barbary(Definition of barbary)
- Barber(Definition of barber)
I would not have you go back to your old home, but you can send for your wife and babes, and you will find that food there is cheap and good.
His ears were not cropped, as the barbarous phrase went, and he had no reason to be abashed.
Across the bay, edging into view just beyond the rocky cliff of lookout point, were the tattered, patched sails of the zeelander, a dutch trader well known to barbados.
Barbara hardly knew herself how she should manage, or what she should do.
I have been known in barbary as sakr-el-bahr.
I went to the barbers and told them that if any one had a bird, a dog, or a cat, with a broken limb, he might bring it to me, and that i was prepared to cure all these injuries gratis; they might tell all their customers.
About my head a shower of barbs and bullets fell, but i heeded them not.
The furious internal dissensions amongst the arabs of spain and their incessant wars with the berbers did not allow them to pursue any great enterprise in gaul.
I told you to get the story on that barber this morning."