Correct spelling for BERTWEEN

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Possible correct spellings for bertween

  • Batten
  • With sir w. batten and pen by water to white hall, where a meeting of the dukes of york and albemarle, my lord sandwich and all the principal officers, about the winter guard, but we determined of nothing.

  • Borden
  • Da costa, of portugal, came along: a bright little man, full of health and energy; and after him that quiet, thoughtful friendly person, sir robert borden, of canada; even then he looked rather tired and overworked.

  • Bowen
  • The 'atlantic', under the direction of lieutenant bowen, a naval agent, ran into a harbour between van diemen's land, and port jackson, in latitude 35 degrees 12 minutes south, longitude 151 degrees east, to which, in honour of sir john jervis, knight of the bath, mr. bowen gave the name of port jervis.

  • Barton(Definition of Barton)
  • As the danger for the patient was not immediate, but lay in the chances of fever, barton allowed himself to be persuaded, and, at about five in the morning, he let himself out of the bunhouse, and made sleepily for his lodgings.

  • Bardeen
  • Fifer bardeen tells that one captain, walker, trembled as he entered the battle-and capt.

  • Beaten(Definition of beaten)
  • This home was now at 420 fullerton avenue, an old-fashioned house on the northern limit of old chicago, rather off the beaten track.

  • Tween
  • "'tween you and me, i wouldn't go fur tu du no work to-day," advised daddy, as recta made a movement towards setting the house in order.

  • Burden(Definition of burden)
  • Life is a heavy burden.

  • Betoken(Definition of betoken)
  • A caul or kell is the thin membrane which sometimes covers the face of an infant at its birth, and is supposed to betoken good fortune.

  • Betaken
  • De ruyter alone had betaken himself to an inner hall of the castle, where he stood at bay upon the threshold.

  • Bitten(Definition of bitten)
  • We ran forward, fearing that mr tidey's horse might also be bitten, and holding our rifles ready to shoot the creature, but it glided away through the grass, and though we heard its rattle, we could not catch sight of it.

  • Between(Definition of between)
  • I believe i told him then what had passed between me and mr. gifford at first.

  • Burton(Definition of burton)
  • 17.-meeting for discipline at burton.