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Correct spelling for BRITTEN
We think the word britten is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for britten
- Baritone(Definition of baritone)
- Rotten(Definition of rotten)
- Bitten(Definition of bitten)
- Written(Definition of written)
- Bittern(Definition of bittern)
- Britt(Definition of britt)
- Briton(Definition of briton)
- Brittle(Definition of brittle)
- Brighten(Definition of brighten)
The actor with the baritone voice, after telling everything he knew, gave way for a march-movement, and a company of actors, representing all the people he had ever known, appeared before him under the magic of the music.
I enjoyed nothing, not even the match at lord's, or the race; only walking at night in the square, and watching her window, and seeing her at a distance in rotten row."
The man who accosted mrs. laughton in the afternoon was bitten by their dog.
"he ought not to have written me that letter.
571. in the spring, and during the breeding season, the bittern makes a loud booming or bellowing noise, whence, probably, the generic term botaurus was selected for it; but when roused at other times, the bird makes a sharp, harsh cry on rising, not unlike that of a wild goose.
He stood between them and britt.
He assumed that he had to do with a bourgeois briton unused to arms, such as we are generally held to be on the continent.
One hand hung down, with a loose, loose bracelet jingling on the brittle brown wrist.
Brainiac: science abuse plays music in every episode, including hits by britney spears, c & c music factory, and elton john.
She is the daughter of mark and patrice barber, and the sister of brittney barber.
The town of richmond owes its existence to the lordly castle which alain rufus, a cousin of the duke of brittany, erected on land granted to him by the conqueror.
For they were there, and needed only a vote of the senate to batten on nations of which the senate had never heard.
Two more children were born to brighten his hearthstone and refresh his memories of childhood and the enchanting ways of children.
David bazan (born 1976): american singer, songwriter, musician and former frontman of pedro the lion, an indie rock outfit associated with christian rock that was controversial among christians for their language and off-kilter views about religion; his solo career has been focused around his newfound agnosticism monica bellucci (born 1964): italian actress and fashion model tom bergeron (born 1955): american television personality and game show host; host of americas funniest home videos, hollywood squares and dancing with the stars ingmar bergman (1918–2007): swedish director, writer and producer for film, stage and television irving berlin (1888–1989): american composer and lyricist of jewish heritage, widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in american history hector berlioz (1803-1869): french romantic composer gael garcía bernal (born 1978): mexican actor and director; claims to be "culturally catholic" and "spiritually agnostic" lewis black (born 1948): american stand-up comedian, author, playwright, social critic and actor johannes brahms (1833–1897): german composer and pianist georges brassens (1921–1981): french singer-songwriter and poet benjamin britten (1913–1976): english composer, conductor, and pianist; a central figure of 20th-century british classical music gavin bryars (born 1943): english composer and double bassist rose byrne (born 1979), australian actress dick cavett (born 1936): american television talk show host charlie chaplin (1889–1977): english comic actor, film director and composer best known for his work in the united states during the silent film era aaron copland (1900–1990): american composer salvador dalí (1904–1989): spanish surrealist painter born in figueres, spain.
I'm going to make that boy just the very happiest young man there is in the kingdom of great britain this evening."