Correct spelling for BROWINE

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Possible correct spellings for browine

  • Brown(Definition of brown)
  • Do you know the joneses, mrs. brown?

  • Borrowing(Definition of borrowing)
  • All last week she kept borrowing my frying-pan, so at last by way of letting 'er see i didn't like it i went out and bought 'er one for herself.

  • Rowing(Definition of rowing)
  • I shall have to borrow his or valentine's when i want to go out rowing."

  • Brewing(Definition of brewing)
  • There was a storm brewing.

  • Brownie(Definition of brownie)
  • But when a man's been as poor as i've been-and suddenly wakened up one day and found he owned all this-no, wait a minute, merle-come and kiss old brownie."

  • Bromine(Definition of bromine)
  • Sea water is composed of the same gases, with the addition of muriate of soda, magnesia, iron, lime, sulphur, copper, silex, potash, chlorine, iodine, bromine, ammonia, and silver.

  • Trowing
  • Blowing
  • "it is a fire, and in these narrow streets, with a brisk wind blowing, it may well spread.

  • Burrowing
  • Through ages of experience, the scaly ant-eater has learned that even his powerful coat of protection is not altogether a success in life's battles, and from time to time his armour has been made lighter and lighter, and because he has been so slow in making the necessary changes, he is to-day very scarce, and able only by the greatest caution to drag out a dull existence as a nocturnal and burrowing animal.

  • Browning(Definition of browning)
  • It is nearly two years ago since i have known mr. browning.

  • Browne(Definition of browne)
  • "doctor browne," cried mr hasnip warmly, and i saw the tears start to his eyes, "i would give anything to be able to say it is all a mistake."

  • Crowing(Definition of crowing)
  • What a difference there is about the veldt here; no jolly old koorhaans crowing and squawking-or a buck every now and then jumping up under your feet, not even an odd pair of blue cranes.

  • Growing(Definition of growing)
  • He's a married man by this time, with young folkses growing up around him, i shouldn't wonder.

  • Bowing(Definition of bowing)
  • Barbara returned, getting up on her feet and then bowing until her forehead almost touched the floor.

  • Browsing(Definition of browsing)
  • There, browsing around the shelf below, was a handsome red snapper, perhaps fifteen inches long.

  • Dummiest
  • Brine(Definition of brine)
  • The air is heavy with brine; you can't sleep at night for its oppression.