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Possible correct spellings for breka

  • Bream(Definition of bream)
  • But tear off a piece of congewoi, open it, and throw the sanguinary-coloured delicacy into the water, and presently you will see the parrot-fish dart out eagerly, and begin to tear it asunder with their long, irregular, and needle-like teeth, whilst the more cautious and lordly bream, with wary eye and gentle, undulating tail, watch from underneath a ledge for a favourable moment to dash out and secure a morsel.

  • Berra
  • Chavero - earth - water - fire - air. orozco y berra - air - water - fire - earth.

  • Wreak(Definition of wreak)
  • Careless use of dselect can wreak havoc on your system.

  • Brooke
  • His appearance was anything but prepossessing, and i always felt, when i looked at him, that if anyone wanted to do a piece of shady work by proxy, ned brooke would be the very lad for the business.

  • Brew(Definition of brew)
  • The left wing contained the kitchen, pantry, scullery, bakehouse, brew-house, etc.

  • Bragg
  • Reports had been brought to general bragg that the federal troops at nashville were suffering greatly for want of food; that military stores of all kinds were short; and he thought if the road were again broken, rosecrans would be forced to fall back on account of supplies.

  • Beria
  • Appearance and mode of life-baiga, 7, 8, beria, 1, bhil, 12, bhishti, bhuiya, 14, chamar, 1, khatri, 1, kirar, 4, kohli, 5, kol, 16, korku, 10, korwa, 2, oraon, 23, panwar rajput, 13, velama, 1

  • Breve(Definition of breve)
  • Breve pertugio dentro da la muda, la qual per me ha 'l titol da la fame, e 'n che conviene ancor ch' altrui si chiuda,

  • Break(Definition of break)
  • He jabbed his paw down hard to break all the eggs, and drew it up dripping.

  • Bleak(Definition of bleak)
  • On the whole it was a bleak, raw, stormy day, and when the night shut down, the snow lay several inches deep upon the half-frozen ground, making the walking execrable, and giving to the whole village that dirty, comfortless appearance which a storm in april always does.

  • Bra
  • The sister was beautiful by his standards of beauty-youth unblemished with skin the pallor of fresh snow; a background of dirt and poverty, a subject he could relate to, and yet unlike those of a swarthy complexion, not appearing as such, with hair that was long and dark as the void, subdued eyes neither scintillating of inexperience nor petrified as ancient granite, absent of bra, nipples that pointed and teased their way toward every curve to which the imagination slid down like a hand to remote and sodden reservoirs.

  • Brews
  • She brews a magic liquid from checkerberries, which, i am told, if you but drink a thimbleful, will enable you to regain your natural shape.

  • Eureka(Definition of eureka)
  • It developed that he was engaged in some not too arduous labor at the quarries of the eureka sandstone company.

  • Breaker(Definition of breaker)
  • In order to reach the company's store it was necessary to traverse a mirey road on which were no habitations for nearly fifty yards, and when fred was half this distance from the breaker, a voice from behind shouted: "hi!

  • Bred(Definition of Bred)
  • I have scarcely met with a more high-bred man, or a more agreeable companion, than charles kemble.

  • Broker(Definition of broker)
  • "mr. and mrs. henry thayer evringham," returned the broker dryly.

  • Brock(Definition of Brock)
  • "my letter of credit is at your disposal, old man," said brock promptly.

  • Brick(Definition of brick)
  • He got hold of my hand, and ses he, "major, you are a brick.

  • Trek(Definition of trek)
  • And the trek-waggon barricades, and the shelters panelled and roofed with corrugated iron.

  • Broke(Definition of broke)
  • "i could have had but little doubt of them," broke in niel.

  • Bret
  • End of project gutenberg's susy, a story of the plains, by bret harte

  • Breaks
  • Nor was there any suspense of long waiting before events broke into racing stride, as a field of horses breaks from the upflung barrier.

  • Berk(Definition of berk)
  • Pterophyllus lev. rachophyllus berk.

  • Beak(Definition of beak)
  • Hanlon made the bird land on the window sill, and then begin tapping with its beak on the glass.

  • Breed(Definition of breed)
  • The widow sprigg had remained motionless, but keenly observant, and her thoughts were: "if that ain't a maitland, i never knew the breed.

  • Bread(Definition of bread)
  • 609. where do you get your bread?

  • Brett
  • Mr. brett didn't tell us much about himself, but from the few things he did tell, i gathered the impression that he has led an open-air, adventurous sort of life.

  • Brag(Definition of brag)
  • All that day the galleons and galeasses, under all the canvas which they dared to spread, continued their flight before the south-westerly breeze, and still the lord-admiral, maintaining the brag countenance, followed, at an easy distance, the retreating foe.

  • Brake(Definition of brake)
  • Thus fared it with the caliph; but as regards abu al-hasan, he gave not over snoring in his sleep till the day brake clear, and the rising of the sun drew near, when a woman in waiting came up to him and said to him, "o our lord, the morning prayer!"

  • Freak(Definition of freak)
  • You were on the door then,-tall, wide-shouldered freak, with aureole hair, and a close cropped vandyke?"

  • Brig(Definition of brig)
  • Macallister's promise, they were off brig island by sunset.

  • Creak(Definition of creak)
  • Towards seven she heard another movement; another indignant exclamation, then the creak of furniture, a step, a rattling at the door.

  • Erika
  • Not only little precocious erika, every sensible human being who had ever come in contact with the married pair had asked how such a union had been possible.

  • Brook(Definition of brook)
  • I heard every note, and thought the trees and the brook were enjoying a duo, and-bon dieu!

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