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Possible correct spellings for barve

  • Bars
  • "we might get the fellow up near the bars and get his keys," stan said.

    I taught boys how to master their bars Gettin' quite, turn it up I think they askin' for noise Not a game mayne, I don't see no African toys Witch doctor, one of 'em will have to be yours

    – Undisputed King Koopa by chamillionaire
  • Barb(Definition of barb)
  • Oh, yes, fasten it on again, though like as not i will give it away to barb as soon as i get home.

  • Harvey(Definition of harvey)
  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • Bravo(Definition of bravo)
  • Bravo, my fine cove!

  • Bard(Definition of bard)
  • As usual, the bard is right.

  • Bore(Definition of bore)
  • But sir bleoberis was as swift as he, and each bore down the other, horse and all, on to the earth.

  • Barn(Definition of barn)
  • Ruth kept right on from the barn, across the field, into the "old place."

  • Lave(Definition of lave)
  • Bar(Definition of bar)
  • He then read law and became an ornament to the boston bar.

  • Pave(Definition of pave)
  • Breve(Definition of breve)
  • Rostrum breve, crassum, validissimum, ad basin cute tectum; mandibula superiore adunca; inferiore sub-recurvata, breviore.

  • Wave(Definition of wave)
  • Larvae(Definition of Larvae)
  • Byre(Definition of Byre)
  • The beasts can talk in barn and byre on christmas-eve, old legends know.

  • Brae(Definition of Brae)
  • We've clomb the hill thegither, donal', mony a time sair an' weary, but oor hairts were stoot when the brae was stae; but noo i've reached the bonnie bit ayont the brae, an' ye're a' 'at's wantin', donal', to mak' it fair beautiful!

  • Barbie
  • Reggy whispered to eunice, roger kicked reggy, and at last burst out with, now, see here, barbie erskine, we want to tell you something.

  • Save(Definition of save)
  • Bake(Definition of bake)
  • Bake it two hours, or perhaps a little short of that.

  • Barer
  • Barer and barer is the board.

  • Barter(Definition of barter)
  • Many of them they barter at the trading-houses of the whites-established in remote regions for this purpose-where they receive in exchange knives, rifles, lead, powder, beads, and vermilion.

  • Babe(Definition of babe)
  • The young mother was not permitted to rejoice at the sight of her babe.

  • Barre
  • M. de la barre, on his arrival, desired to inform himself exactly of the condition of the colony.

  • Bevy(Definition of bevy)
  • Miss anstice looked up from the bevy of girls she was settling in another barge.

  • Bale(Definition of bale)
  • Another time in new orleans, i was crossing the levee late one night with a valise full of money, when two men came from behind a cotton bale and started toward me.

  • Have(Definition of have)
  • Bade(Definition of bade)
  • We therefore hastily bade each other adieu, promising to continue our conversation on the morrow, as though we had parted at a street corner.

  • Brie
  • James i. governed aragon, and conquered the kingdoms of valencia and majorca; navarre was possessed by sancho viii., who died in the course of the following year, and left his crown to theobald i., count de champagne and de brie.

  • Bart
  • A gentleman's visiting card informed him that his other caller was sir charles somerfield, bart.

  • Bate(Definition of bate)
  • I argue not, he tells cyriack skinner in his sonnet- against heaven's hand or will, nor bate a jot of heart or hope, but still bear up and steer right onward.

  • Cave(Definition of cave)
  • There's room in the cave to sleep, and there's shelter of a sort.

  • Barque(Definition of barque)
  • One night they went off in a tremendous sea to save a french barque; but though they secured the crew, a steam-tug claimed the prize and towed her into ramsgate harbour.

  • Barley(Definition of barley)
  • From this eminence we looked down on vast cultivated fields with acres of waving barley and verdant meadows in which fine holstein cattle were grazing.

  • Dave
  • Where are you going, dave?

  • Barney
  • A big b'y loike you, noine years old, a-snatchin' something from little barney and him only sivin!

  • Beaver(Definition of beaver)
  • The only way for a hungry beaver to get it would be to enter the pen and cut it off and in doing this he could hardly fail of stepping in the trap.

  • Base(Definition of base)
  • Upon what do you base your conjecture?

  • Barge(Definition of barge)
  • All i hope is that the barge will make so much noise going back to-morrow that you won't hear my knees knocking together!"

  • Bark(Definition of bark)
  • The nest is small and neat, and done up generally like a chaffinch's, to resemble the bark of the tree on which it is placed.

  • Bare(Definition of bare)
  • This day lord brouncker tells me that the making sir j. minnes a bare commissioner is now in doing, which i am glad of; but he speaks of two new commissioners, which i do not believe.

  • Above(Definition of above)
  • "and above all, do not come back.

  • Nave(Definition of nave)
  • Barker(Definition of barker)
  • Mrs. barker wants a drink, and so do i," called the young hunter, driven to despair at last.

  • Barber(Definition of barber)
  • "it's for treating dry hair," the barber answered.

  • Barr
  • Such food and drink as we men of el barr have, gladly we share with thee and thine!

  • Carve(Definition of carve)
  • They said they would carve with their knives on the big bowlder of chalk all that they knew about daleswood.

  • Discommends
  • Eave
  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • The spaniards, dropping on their knees, according to custom, said a paternoster and an ave mary, and then rushed, in mass, to the attack.

  • Gave(Definition of Gave)
  • Bane(Definition of bane)
  • I bane coming at five.

  • Brave(Definition of brave)
  • I never knew that any one could be so brave!"

  • Braver
  • Are you now satisfied that lottie marsden, in particular, is not weak and cowardly, as compared with her braver sisters?

  • Barrie
  • Barrie looked pleadingly at somerled.

  • Carver(Definition of carver)
  • And here my courage grew tenfold, and my spirit feared no evil-for lo, if lorna had been surrendered to that scoundrel, carver, she would not have been at her grandfather's house, but in carver's accursed dwelling.

  • Garvey
  • Fave
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