Correct spelling for BRAL

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Possible correct spellings for bral

  • Bra
  • May 8. got to bahia, bra. at 8.30 p. m. after making a good run and having targate practis with full charges of powder, don some fine shooting with the big guns.

  • Ural
  • Broad and lengthy lowlands stretch from the north of france across russia like a grey-green garment hemmed by the ural mountains and the glistening arctic ocean.

  • Aral
  • In the koko-nor, aral and open caspian seas we have examples of the moderately salt, non-saturated waters.

  • Oral(Definition of oral)
  • An oral engagement made december first to work a year beginning january first.

  • Baal(Definition of baal)
  • At last the baal arrived exactly in the centre of the square.

  • Brad(Definition of brad)
  • David riddle and brad connel walked in as he finished.

  • Bras
  • 190-191. quatre bras, battle of, ii.

  • Brawl(Definition of brawl)
  • When next the nobles throng at night the royal banquet-hall, another king will rule the feast, the drinking and the brawl, while walter tyrrel walks alone upon the norman shore, and the red king in the forest will chase the deer no more.

  • Brag(Definition of brag)
  • I'd give a dollar if i could have looked into his face about the time he gave up that boss shot-gun of his, that i have heard him brag about until it made me sick.

  • Brae(Definition of Brae)
  • The people quietly moved up the "brae."

  • Brat(Definition of brat)
  • The moderator's picture of her must be that of a spoiled, neurotic brat in a stew about the threatened loss of a pet animal.

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • He was sitting before his door now munching bran and oats, and at the mention of his name he pricked up his long ears and sleepily blinked his eyes.

  • Bray(Definition of bray)
  • Black night behind the tamarisks-the owls begin their chorus- as the conches from the temple scream and bray.