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Correct spelling for BRODER
We think the word broder 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 broder
- Birder(Definition of birder)
- Brooder(Definition of brooder)
- Border(Definition of border)
- Bred(Definition of Bred)
- Bored(Definition of bored)
- Bride(Definition of bride)
- Breeder(Definition of breeder)
- Brood(Definition of brood)
- Rode(Definition of Rode)
- Broad(Definition of broad)
- Bode(Definition of bode)
- Borer(Definition of borer)
- Broker(Definition of broker)
- Breed(Definition of breed)
The term twitcher, sometimes misapplied as a synonym for birder, is reserved for those who travel long distances to see a rare bird that would then be ticked, or counted on a list.
The brooder-lamp should have sufficient oil capacity and a large wick.
A fine lot of border-hawks!"
Oh these are gentlemen, these are bred up gentlemen!
The crew of the warlock was bored.
Was it the bride of the winds or a human cry?
Mendel's discovery, by putting the breeder in possession of this information enables him to attack this problem systematically with confidence in the outcome, whereas hitherto his work, important and fascinating as it is, has consisted largely of groping for a treasure in the dark.
So he dined with the brood of children in the large front room, and afterwards alice walked down the lane with him.
They rode on horses-stolen horses, of course.
This one had broader shoulders than his companions, and his burden weighed on him comparatively lightly.
"i never met anyone like my father-so simple-so straightforward-so full of real feeling-so broad in his views.
Same as abode, pa. p. of abide: also the same as bode.
My trees are troubled with tent-caterpillar and roundhead borer, and my apples with worms.
The broker gave a slight smile.
There you would have praise and honor; among the whites you are only a half-breed.