Correct spelling for BRIGNS

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Possible correct spellings for brigns

  • Bearings
  • I shall stop there for a few days, until i get my bearings."

  • Bring(Definition of bring)
  • Ask them to bring it!

  • Brine(Definition of brine)
  • The icy brine washed into the boat, and it seemed almost certain that she would swamp or roll over before they could get way on her.

  • Beings
  • And it is extraordinarily easy for human beings to regard as more fundamentally real the evidence of the senses than the evidence of faith....

  • Brogans
  • But when they begin walking round among their poor patients, they don't commonly start with millionnaires,-they find that their new shoes of scientific acquirements have got to be broken in just like a pair of boots or brogans.

  • Brian
  • Nobody ever believes that brian does not tell truth.

  • Browns
  • Be they never so incongruous these double-barrelled cognomens serve their purpose and raise ambitious mortals above the level of other smiths and browns.

  • Reigns
  • Soon axinia reigns as absolute mistress of the house.

  • Barons
  • Then many knights and barons pulled at the sword with all their might, and some of them tried many times, but none could stir or move it.

  • Britons
  • The britons were careless of their lives.

  • Briny(Definition of briny)
  • Yes, madras is an important seaport; yet it is a fact that, except to men whose business is with the sea, madras is much less like a seaside town than it was in its earlier years, and many of the people who live there seldom see the briny ocean-even though they may sometimes be reminded of its nearness when in the stillness of the night they hear 'the league-long breakers thundering on the shore.

  • Bins
  • "you know which one of these bins is nearest to your main control cable.

  • Brigs
  • The sea seemed covered with them, and i believe we made more than a hundred, most of which were brigs.

  • Brains
  • The young woman in the case has got more brains than half the business men, down-town.

  • Bringers
  • And, of all kinds of help-bringers, we owe much to the monks, and chiefly the great benedictine order.

  • Brings
  • What brings you across from saaron to-day, tregarthen?

  • Wrings
  • Tess had not at this hour the curiosity to ask why the present mr clare was not made a parson like his brethren, and gradually fell asleep again, the words of her informant coming to her along with the smell of the cheeses in the adjoining cheeseloft, and the measured dripping of the whey from the wrings downstairs.

  • Rings
  • I mean to find out who stole my rings.

  • Begins
  • This well-known document begins with a definite pledge of action.

  • Brinks
  • The dust choked us. we senselessly risked our lives on the brinks of precipices.

  • Briggs
  • 84. turtle soup c. f. briggs.