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Correct spelling for BIRTHWEIGHT
We think the word birthweight 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 birthweight
- Birthright(Definition of birthright)
- Birthday(Definition of birthday)
- Bethought(Definition of Bethought)
- Featherweight(Definition of featherweight)
- Berthed(Definition of Berthed)
Whilst he advocated a scheme in america which demanded the most extensive political changes, and claimed political rights as the birthright of certain parties, he still persisted in assuring the british nation that he had never touched the subject in a political aspect!
No, no; none of those intolerable beastlinesses for him. that thought, that imagination, it was utterly, finally done with.
A gold mine for a birthday present isn't bad, is it?
Then he bethought himself of the hotels, with their canons and jungles and views along the canadian pacific.
The gravity of what might happen to a featherweight became indeed with time and distance less appreciable, and i was not without an impression that mrs. meldrum, whose sense of proportion was not the least of her merits, had no idea of boring the world with the ups and downs of her pensioner.
A week later, the ship arrived from storisende; a hundred and sixty feet, three thousand tons, small enough to be berthed inside a hyperspace transport, and fast enough to get a load of ammunition to troops at the front, unload, and get out again before the enemy could zero in on her, and armed to fight off any army air force combat craft.