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Correct spelling for BRONZ

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Possible correct spellings for bronz

  • Bronze(Definition of bronze)
  • They looked at the st. george and at the bronze st. mark.

  • Boron(Definition of boron)
  • Industries: textiles, food processing, mining (coal, chromite, copper, boron minerals), steel, petroleum, construction, lumber, paper

  • Barons
  • The feudal barons fought for what they stole, but it was a fair fight.

  • Brown(Definition of brown)
  • He could not, for the brown eyes which still seemed looking at him as if asking what he did.

  • Briny(Definition of briny)
  • Sometimes they endeavored to cool their parched palates by taking sea-water in their mouths, but its briny acrimony rather increased their thirst.

  • Brains
  • Do you think i've got brains?

  • Bruno
  • But father maximin recovered himself at once, and he bowed to him as m. bruno entered.

  • Barony(Definition of barony)
  • Now, said isabelle, that we have seen everything here, we must go and inspect the different pieces of property we have been able to buy back, so as to reconstruct, as nearly as possible, the ancient barony of sigognac.

  • Disburdenings
  • Browne(Definition of browne)
  • A correspondence ensued, and browne published an authorised copy, in which perhaps a little "economy" might be noticed.

  • Bronte
  • Life of emily bronte, miss mary robinson, 39; character of work, 57

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • I always had a notion, mister charles, that i came from a good stock; and sure enough, here's 'mary free' over the door there, and a beautiful place inside; full of tay and sugar and gingerbread and glue and coffee and bran, pickled herrings, soap, and many other commodities.

  • Bronx
  • He'd planned to take the fam'ly to the bronx.

  • Brno(Definition of Brno)
  • It took place on the weekend of 23–25 august 2002 at the masaryk circuit located in brno, czech republic.

  • Bronzed(Definition of bronzed)
  • I beckoned him, and the tall, bronzed fellow came up, smiling, showing his snowy, pointed teeth under a crisp beard.

  • Fireeating
  • Bros
  • Newmark, samuel m., son of j. p. newmark, 559; - bros., 559

  • Byron
  • For a while paganini sat silently absorbed in watching the joyous scene, when suddenly his eyes turned on the picture of lord byron that hung on the wall.

  • Brings
  • It brings back joy to me heart, for it was mighty throubled at the thoughts that you were lost intirely.

  • Bronco(Definition of bronco)
  • Jerk it to right, to left, east, and west till it loses its confidence, and the bronco is as helpless as the rider.

  • Brows
  • His eyes under close-drawn brows were searching the crowd.

  • Barron's
  • Now that he was relieved from barron's bodily presence, he was by no means inclined to pooh-pooh the communication which had been made to him.

  • Benz
  • There was a firm, hollow sound of pigskin meeting toe and benz felt the leather whiz past his face.

  • Bronc
  • And the cowboy riz up sadly and mounted his cayuse, saying, "the time has come when longhorns and their cowboys are no use!" and while gazing sadly backward upon the dead bovine, his bronc stepped in a dog-hole and fell and broke his spine.

  • Broncs
  • The 2012–13 texas–pan american broncs men's basketball team represented the university of texas–pan american during the 2012–13 ncaa division i mens basketball season.

  • Bring(Definition of bring)
  • "go, my girl, and bring me news of our young lord.

  • Brine(Definition of brine)
  • It did huht awful when dey pouhed de brine on tho'.

  • Boons
  • All men went armed in that wild land: to do as much is one of the boons attendant upon citizenship in an unprogressive, independent native state.

  • Bronzes
  • They make the finest bronzes in the world; a little pair of vases wuz fifteen hundred dollars and you couldn't get 'em for less.

  • Browns
  • One by one they had gone,- the browns first, and afterward william blackstone, who had found it best to leave boston because he could not join the church; and now the pressure on maverick began to make him restive.

  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • Baron rohritz, who is scarcely six-and-thirty, already ranks himself, on the contrary, for the sake of his personal ease, with the old men.

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