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Correct spelling for BREDA

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Possible correct spellings for breda

  • Brat(Definition of brat)
  • Don't come here with your brat-get out, she snarled in a whisper.

  • Bored(Definition of bored)
  • This is rifled, just as a small rifle is bored, with twisted grooves throughout its length.

  • Bride(Definition of bride)
  • Understand that, howard; i won't be your girl-bride.

  • Byrd(Definition of byrd)
  • Read(Definition of read)
  • Rda
  • Bred(Definition of Bred)
  • I was born in that little town, and bred up amid the memories of that day.

  • Bed(Definition of bed)
  • You can go to bed now.

  • Breed(Definition of breed)
  • "let it breed in the brain," he thought, "and the siller will soon come out o' the purse."

  • Beria
  • After the atomic bombings of hiroshima and nagasaki, the programs leadership changed, when stalin appointed lavrentiy beria on 22 august 1945.

  • Brady(Definition of brady)
  • Brady and hindman fell mortally wounded, and mathews found shelter behind a house on the south side of the street.

  • Breads
  • A merry disposed companion knowing his appetite, resolved to put a trick upon him. a gentleman of the town who kept a pack of hounds, having gelt his dogs, he gets the stones, and with a few sweet breads presents them to poor robin as a dainty dish.

  • Byroad(Definition of byroad)
  • Brett
  • If anything had happened to either helen or the child, he would have known of it, of course, through brett.

  • Burred
  • Bret
  • So may i sayne that wit[=h] a loke am yolde and haue no power to stryue thaug[=h] i wolde thus stonde i euer betwix lif and det[=h] to loue and serue whyle i haue bret[=h] in suche a place where i dar not pleyne liche hym that is in torment and in peyne and knowet[=h] not to whom to discure for ther that i haue holly set my aire i dar not wel for drede ne for daunger and for vnknowen tellen how the fyre of loues bronde is kyndlid in my breste thus am i murdred and slayn atte leste so priuely wit[=h]yn my thought o lady venus whom i haue sought so wysse me now what me is best to doo that am distraught wit[=h] my self so that i ne wote what way for to torne sauf by my self soleyn for to morne hangyng in balance betwix hope and drede wit[=h] oute comfort remedye or rede for hope biddet[=h] pursue and assaye and agaynward drede answert[=h] naye and now wit[=h] hope i am set a lofte

  • Bead(Definition of bead)
  • So langa-an left a little jar and agate bead, as a sign of the engagement, for gimbangonan.

  • Berta
  • Only think, berta-some foreign university has made him a doctor-while he has been abroad, you understand.

  • Freda
  • Buried(Definition of buried)
  • He is buried under the name of lord harry.

  • Berra
  • Yogi berra, an unofficial captain for the new york yankees, helped to make history by contributing to the five consecutive world series titles from 1949-1953.

  • Broad(Definition of broad)
  • You would know it anywhere by the broad, still, black water with hardly a ripple, and with the grip of the coming frost already on it.

  • Red(Definition of red)
  • Brad(Definition of brad)
  • Brad, dan, chips and fred hatfield started off to get the table and bench.

  • Bared(Definition of bared)
  • He accordingly gave to the envoys of the four hundred an answer which held out no hopes of an accommodation, and sending for large reinforcements from peloponnese, not long afterwards, with these and his garrison from decelea, descended to the very walls of athens; hoping either that civil disturbances might help to subdue them to his terms, or that, in the confusion to be expected within and without the city, they might even surrender without a blow being struck; at all events he thought he would succeed in seizing the long walls, bared of their defenders.

  • Bra
  • Later, abberton disputed the claims that he had attempted to fuel the riots, going on to tell the sydney morning herald that he was "ashamed to be australian that day" and had attempted, alongside his brothers and other bra boys to deflect and suppress the racially charged riots.

  • Bread(Definition of bread)
  • The once proud and rich lady had now to beg for her bread.

  • Barred(Definition of barred)
  • For what reason is the outer door now barred and they who drink tea with us prevented from entering to wish yuen yan prosperity?

  • Brenda
  • I will bring the soldiers, brenda, and you shall all be saved.

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