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Correct spelling for BRIEFY

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Possible correct spellings for briefy

  • Breve(Definition of breve)
  • [)x] letter with breve above [=x] letter with macron above [^x] letter with circumflex above [x^] letter with circumflex below

  • Brie
  • At this time paris began rapidly to grow on each side of the stream, and became the great market or trading-place where the swains who lived up-river mingled with the hewers of wood from the forests of la brie and the reapers of corn from the sunny plains of la beauce.

  • Brief(Definition of brief)
  • I will be as brief as i can.

  • Brier(Definition of brier)
  • With a bough of pine they swept the floor, then, leaving the treasure hold, dropped the curtain of brier in place.

  • Grief(Definition of grief)
  • I am now a hopeless grief to him.

  • Beefy(Definition of beefy)
  • The faces of the pair that had boarded the flying scotsman at that signal stop were typically beefy british red; the faces of men who spent most of their lives outdoors in a climate that could be damp and clammy one day, and windy and icy the next.

  • Briefed
  • Abdulhamid was the first syrian to ever testify in front of american congress 2006/2008 against what he viewed as crimes by the syrian president bashar al-assad and briefed presidents of the united states among other world leaders.

  • Briny(Definition of briny)
  • The little oyster hated medicine; so she cried,-yes, she actually shed cold, briny tears at the very thought of taking old dr. porpoise's prescriptions.

  • Briefly(Definition of briefly)
  • I told her briefly.

  • Briefer
  • There was a brief shimmer around the ship-a briefer blast of heat, and the yacht vanished.

  • Briefs
  • It'll be fine to cut your briefs when you're a real out-and-out lawyer.

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