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Correct spelling for BREAFE
We think the word breafe 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 breafe
- Brace(Definition of brace)
- Berate(Definition of berate)
- Brave(Definition of brave)
- Bereave(Definition of bereave)
- Brief(Definition of brief)
- Bravo(Definition of bravo)
- Brake(Definition of brake)
- Bread(Definition of bread)
- Break(Definition of break)
- Breve(Definition of breve)
- Breaker(Definition of breaker)
- Bream(Definition of bream)
- Braze(Definition of braze)
- Brae(Definition of Brae)
- Breathe(Definition of breathe)
Behind them, at a distance, came villagers, a dozen ghaffirs armed with naboots of dom-wood, and a brace of well-mounted, badly-dressed policemen, with seats like a monkey on a stick.
"my lord is a gallant officer, and no bad seaman, for his years, notwithstanding, sir gervaise," observed greenly, who generally took the part of the absent, whenever his superior felt disposed to berate them.
But he still must live in my memory as a brave and gallant gentleman; or have you forgotten, filippo, that noble combat with the forces of ramiro del' orca?
304. "make, made; have, had; pay, paid; say, said; leave, left; dream, dreamt; mean, meant; reave and bereave have reft."
The story of the contest with the authorities is long and tedious, and it would not serve the purpose of this article to relate it fully, but we can see in the brief statement above that, whether the minister and his people were right or wrong, they had in them that energy, pluck, and persistency which men who would establish strong foundations of society and municipal prosperity must have.
It was pretty the way every man in the ship's company jumped to fire-stations; hose pipes were down and connected, and pumps manned very quickly, and bar a little talk amongst the lascars, which was immediately stopped, everything was done in silence-bravo, british discipline!
Barstow swung his leaders skilfully and narrowly around the broken corners of old adobes and slammed on his brake before the store, that is to say, half-way between saloon and hotel.
He has touched nothing save bread, polenta, fruit, herbs, oil, and pure water, he has led the life of a saint, all can assure you of that.
But i consider'd, 'twould break the lady's heart; so there is nothing in their parts tragical but as your lordship shall see miraculously i turn'd it into an opera.
A breve is indicated by the character ~ immediately after the accented letter.
Y'see, she's my foreman hoss-breaker, and reckons skirts and things are-played out.
I am not winged like any plover yet i've a way shall take me over, i am not finned like any bream yet i can cross you, lake and stream.
The phrases "from generation to generation," or "from father to son," in "cursor mundi" find a briefer expression: "this writte was gett fra kin to kin, that best it cuth to haf in min."
About the table sat the three regents and the other men high in the administration of affairs, among them general braze of the army, baron pultz of the mines, roslon of agriculture.
There have been some things in this letter very hard to say, which, if i were braver or knew you better, i should have liked to be more outspoken about.
"i hear footsteps coming up the brae," said agnes, who had for some time appeared to be slumbering; and in a few moments the voice of jacob mayne was heard at the outer door.
22. in fever, why do you breathe more rapidly?