Correct spelling for BEREIVED

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Possible correct spellings for bereived

  • Brevity(Definition of brevity)
  • Brevity is the soul of wit-despatch the life of business.

  • Bereaved(Definition of bereaved)
  • This can have been nothing but the spirit of sympathy with the soul of my dear departing brother, for the awful impression of sorrow and solemnity in my mind on that day will never be forgotten; i mourned with the bereaved family without knowing it.

  • Bereave(Definition of bereave)
  • The violet's fragile petals enfolded a heart of gold, and a deeper wealth of perfume, than the tiny cup could hold; so the great wind roaring above sent a tiny zephyr down, to drift aside the sheltering bloom, and bereave her of her crown.

  • Brewed(Definition of Brewed)
  • Captain dwyer played the fiddle very well, and an aged and slightly-elevated militia general brewed the punch and made several "elegant" speeches.

  • Disorientations
  • Breed(Definition of breed)
  • Mr. jan willem klaas himself was a fine specimen of the breed-tall, erect, broad-shouldered, and genial.

  • Smoothe
  • Grieved
  • Believed
  • Convinced that the indians were not fit for self-government, he also believed that it would be disastrous to permit the white oligarchy to rule.

  • Briefed
  • That was for me, and, going to him, i fast briefed myself: "remember, he only weighs fifty pounds for all he's seven feet high; he doesn't like low sounds or to be grabbed; the two legs aren't tentacles and don't act the same; uses them for long walks, tentacles for leaps; uses tentacles for close vision too and for manipulation, of course; extended, they mean he's at ease; retracted, on guard or nervous; sharply retracted, disgusted; greeting-"

  • Bereft(Definition of bereft)
  • No inner life is for him whose soul is bereft of all nobleness.

  • Buried(Definition of buried)
  • Yes, oh, poor ichabod must lay, deep buried in aceldema!

  • Bribed
  • "i am a bribed man," spencer answered.

  • Brevet(Definition of brevet)
  • Lieutenant-colonel eugene a. carr, brevet major-general.

  • Breezed
  • Work it out, monsieur, they hadn't even been hitched a year when she breezed off to spain with a chocolate merchant.

  • Derived(Definition of derived)
  • We expected to have derived from them much information relating to the country, as no one doubted that they were acquainted with every part of it between the sea coast and the river hawkesbury.

  • Bereaves
  • Science bereaves nature of her dread and fearsomeness, it breaks the spell which the ignorance and credulity of men have cast upon her.

  • Berried(Definition of berried)
  • All these lower rooms are crowded with dogwood, with the great berried manzanitas, woodwardias, man-high, and glistening bays, silver-tipped with light.

  • Braved
  • "there is no hope for the last two things, you know," said the young girl; "for i am sure that the flag that braved a thousand years was not half so strong as your brocade; and as to buying another, there are none to be bought in these degenerate days."

  • Rived
  • Breve(Definition of breve)
  • Rostrum breve, validum, crassum, rectum, conicum; mandibulae; superioris gibbae apice vix inflexo, integro; culminis convexi basi angulata.