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Correct spelling for BRIGHTE

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Possible correct spellings for brighte

  • Brighten(Definition of brighten)
  • In the religions of the east, the soul is re-incarnistic; in order to purify itself it rubs itself against a new body, like a blade in sandstone troughs, to brighten it.

  • Brighter
  • I might also add that he's brighter than he looks."

  • Brightly(Definition of brightly)
  • No, this cross was shining very brightly, and it was very golden in the sunlight,-and-somehow, somehow,-bessie bell knew just how that cross felt,-she knew without feeling it.

  • Bight(Definition of bight)
  • So down the bent they rode, and it was but a little ere they had ridden it to an end, and had met the river as it swept round the cliff-wall of the valley; and they rode through it, and came on to the pleasant greensward aforesaid under the trees; and in a bight of the wood was a bower builded of turf and thatched with reed; and there, by the bidding of the knight, they alighted; and the knight said: this is thine house for to-night, my lady; and thou mayest lie there in all safety after thou hast supped, and mayst have my weapons by thy side if thou wilt, while i lie under the trees yonder.

  • Brigitte
  • Bride(Definition of bride)
  • And now shall i tell thee how, as he spoke thus proud and heartlessly, his little bride came into the hall?

  • Brights
  • Britt(Definition of britt)
  • Brought(Definition of Brought)
  • Righter
  • Right(Definition of right)
  • Bright(Definition of bright)
  • One day he was looking at her, as she lay on her mother's lap, and presently he burst out, "oh, ellen, your little bright eyes are shining themselves into a sun!"

  • Brute(Definition of brute)
  • Wright(Definition of wright)
  • Brighton
  • I made a remark at brighton: a child that had its fingers very dirty ran out to him, and as it stumbled printed the marks of its fingers upon his white trousers, so that he was obliged to return home and change them.

  • Brit(Definition of brit)
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