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Correct spelling for BROKN

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Possible correct spellings for brokn

  • Broke(Definition of broke)
  • He read the first line in the body of the answer all right, but utterly broke down on the second line.

  • Boron(Definition of boron)
  • Boron nitride behaves in an exceedingly beautiful manner, being attacked in the cold, and emitting a brilliant blue light which is surrounded by a halo of the fumes of boron fluoride.

  • Bruin(Definition of bruin)
  • Bruin thinking that he was biting the briar root, let go reynard's foot and snapped at the nearest briar root.

  • Brake(Definition of brake)
  • Brake, a place overgrown with shrubs and brambles.

  • Broken(Definition of broken)
  • How do you do the broken-hearted?

  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • And see what an example; even the young baron lost his head, i am sorry to say.

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • And then she rustled starchily back to the throne-chair by the record-table, and opened her bible at the place where it said that annie petowski might sit up, and the goldstein baby-bran baths, and the other thing written just below.

  • Bryon
  • Floods due to breaks and overflows in the erie canal at waterloo, seneca falls, port bryon and elsewhere, caused thousands of dollars loss.

  • Brock(Definition of Brock)
  • "brock," he said, lowering his voice and leaning forward impressively, "i want you to go to vienna in my place."

  • Brain(Definition of brain)
  • The tears that stole down from claire's eyes seemed to give her the relief her throbbing brain had yearned for all these painful days, and her face lit up with a look of joy to which it had been a stranger for months.

    Burnin' on my brain Everyone that burns has to learn from the pain

    – Nookie by limp bizkit
  • Brawn(Definition of brawn)
  • Brawn, bacon and pease, beef and boiled chickens, roast goose, capon, and custade.

  • Bracken(Definition of bracken)
  • Bracken, gorse, rushes, thistles and brambles grow there, and you may find many fine blackberries in september.

  • Brogan(Definition of brogan)
  • Brogan flung himself back dramatically in his big chair, throwing out his arms.

  • Bronc
  • I ain't a whole lot intending to go moping about on no tired-out bronc, an' don't you forget it, neither.

  • Byron
  • Byron was charmed by lady blessington's beauty and cleverness, and spent a great deal of time with the blessington party of tourists.

  • Brink(Definition of brink)
  • Forming along the brink of the lake, a line of outposts was planted, and the soldiers were commanded to make themselves as comfortable as they could.

  • Brooks
  • Other favourite places are where the brooks run in and where there are sudden shallows in the midst of deep water.

  • Browne(Definition of browne)
  • Upon this, mr. hawkins browne and mr. windham both said they would support him there.

  • Brooke
  • The whole scene was as clear as noonday, and nobody with eyes in his head could have failed to recognize ned brooke.

  • Braking
  • Ben buckley was only a big boy then, braking on freights; i was dispatching under alex campbell on the west end. ben was a tall, loose-jointed fellow, but gentle as a kitten; legs as long as pinch-bars, yet none too long, running for the beverly switch that night.

  • Brown(Definition of brown)
  • The little fingers closed over the firm brown ones.

  • Brian
  • "no one should know him better than myself," he said; "'tis old brian b--, the still-hunter, and a near neighbour of your'n.

  • Broker(Definition of broker)
  • "you can safely leave that to her," said the broker briefly, but he did not remove his eyes from the upturned ones.

  • Brook(Definition of brook)
  • Finally the rain stopped, after a day or so, but by that time the elephant had been carried a long way down the brook, at last coming to a stop when the board was caught in the roots of an overhanging tree.

  • Brooking
  • I patted my old friend, who arched his neck still more proudly, as though hardly brooking the familiarity, when miss merton, miss darry, and mr. leopold rode up.

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