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Correct spelling for BROUAD

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Possible correct spellings for brouad

  • Bread(Definition of bread)
  • My king, i am here, and bring what you demanded, a piece of bread.

  • Bored(Definition of bored)
  • "bored, did you say, madame?

  • Road(Definition of road)
  • Brady(Definition of brady)
  • "mr. brady wants to hear all about his poor mother, sister," said the sister superior.

  • Brocade(Definition of brocade)
  • It's grandmamma's egg-shell brocade!

  • Brat(Definition of brat)
  • I suppose in human annals there never existed a more troublesome little brat than i was for the few years after my first appearance on this earthly stage.

  • Broads
  • The cathedral towns had appealed to us in our youthful days, and we had rediscovered a good portion of dickens's england on another occasion, had lived for a fortnight on a house-boat on the thames, and had cruised for ten days on the norfolk broads, and besides had played golf in scotland, and attempted to shoot grouse on a scottish moor.

  • Abroad(Definition of abroad)
  • "i did not know you were abroad-" it was her brother warren.

  • Bred(Definition of Bred)
  • Overhead at the open window a third person laughed, but in so quiet and well-bred a fashion that neither of them heard her.

  • Brood(Definition of brood)
  • "that's so," delia had continued to brood.

  • Broad(Definition of broad)
  • Mrs. daggett's broad bosom shook with merriment.

  • Brut(Definition of brut)
  • Sec. 221. nulla est, brut.

  • Byroad(Definition of byroad)
  • Brad(Definition of brad)
  • Esteben balgos walked in, closely followed by brad connel.

  • Broody
  • In procuring eggs for hatching, be sure that the parent birds are of mature age, but not too old, well-shaped, vigorous, and in perfect health; that one cock is kept to every six or seven hens; and that they are well fed and attended to. have a steady broody hen ready to take the eggs.

  • Broader
  • In fact the larger the opening that can be maintained, the broader and better the tone.

  • Braid(Definition of braid)
  • Sez i, "ury's hair is too short to braid."

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