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Correct spelling for BEARBY

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Possible correct spellings for bearby

  • Beauty(Definition of beauty)
  • The wonderful beauty frightened her.

  • Baby(Definition of baby)
  • About 9 o'clock we started in the captain's boat, a family party, not leaving even the baby at home.

  • Darby(Definition of Darby)
  • "what a nice little room for darby and joan to sit down to eat a mutton-chop in," said isabel.

  • Barmy(Definition of barmy)
  • Only in the mid-1990s was the tag recognised as an official title for english touring cricket fans and adopted by what is now recognised as the official barmy army.

  • Beery(Definition of beery)
  • Pauline beery mack retired from research due to ill health in 1973, and died the following year, at denton, texas.

  • Babe(Definition of babe)
  • I must warn the lady to see to the food and medicine of her babe."

  • Beady(Definition of beady)
  • It was that of a swarthy, middle-aged woman, with beady, black eyes.

  • Equivocatings
  • Barbie
  • Barbie rode a long way with me, but we didn't talk much.

  • Barber(Definition of barber)
  • It was nonsense what they said about going cautious; and the man who started it was a barber who didn't know the difference between a 'distance' and a 'stop' signal down to the minute they gave their verdict.

  • Bear(Definition of bear)
  • I couldn't bear the idea of keeping a secret from you long."

  • Barb(Definition of barb)
  • We barb the limitations of life for one another.

  • Bearer(Definition of bearer)
  • Her faithful clinging to hope was rewarded, for when one day, with drooping head, she returned home from another futile errand, she found hannibal melas there, as bearer of important news.

  • Berry(Definition of berry)
  • Berry hamilton in his southern prison knew nothing of all this, for no letters had passed between him and his family for more than two years.

  • Beebe
  • Well now, joel, said polly, i wouldn't care, if i were you; and oh, she cried suddenly, with delight at the comfort she could give him, mrs. beebe says she's going to send you some animals, if she can't come and bring 'em herself.

  • Beard(Definition of beard)
  • Uthoug stroked his beard.

  • Derby(Definition of derby)
  • I do so hope you'll get the seat,-and win the derby.

  • Barry(Definition of Barry)
  • "i am quite aware of that," replied barry, "but you can get rid of them.

  • Booby(Definition of booby)
  • Are you asleep, booby?

  • Eradicators
  • Nearby(Definition of nearby)
  • Barbs
  • The same evening he bought a couple of barbs, well recommended to him for speed and endurance.

  • Berber(Definition of berber)
  • He proceeded to draw diagrams in the dust, not knowing that during his imprisonment the town of berber had been steadily pulled down by the mahdists and rebuilt to the north.

  • Bobby
  • "run till i get out of breath," replied bobby.

  • Bears
  • Well, dear, she bears examination.

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