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Correct spelling for BRUNS

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Possible correct spellings for bruns

  • Bonus(Definition of bonus)
  • This bonus may range anywhere from $1 to $5 per thousand ducklings.

  • Bruin(Definition of bruin)
  • He listened with great interest to our adventure with the bear, and thought that bruin was very good to let us escape without one affectionate hug.

  • Buns
  • He loved to produce cigars and wine, but tea also remained an important fixed part of the day, in the victorian tradition, and when he was told by the doctor he had better drink nothing, he had many alternatives, like detective stories read over tea and buns, which other lovers of wine would perhaps have found no consolation.

  • Covenances
  • Ruins
  • Our only business in merida was to make inquiries about ruins and arrangements for our journey into the interior, but in the mean time we had no lack of other occupation.

  • Bruno
  • They crossed the court without speaking, and when they had entered the guest-house, m. bruno lighted two candles, gave one to durtal, and said gravely, "i wish you a good night, sir."

  • Browns
  • Around the walls near the ceiling are two balconies or galleries, filled with very large wooden sarcophagi, whose scarlet velvet covers have faded into yellow browns with pink shades, many of which are tattered and are falling to pieces.

  • Runs
  • I think it runs in our family!

  • Brunets
  • Brings
  • "even what brings you.

  • Barons
  • You need only send one of your barons to arrange the terms of peace."

  • Cop-Out
  • Runes
  • Professor stephens believes that most of them are of a much earlier date than the twelfth century, and this opinion is much strengthened by the worn appearance of some of the runes, and the uncertain character of others.

  • Garrote-Garrotting
  • Disburb
  • Brains
  • "no, sleepy has got brains.

  • Burns
  • It burns without flame.

  • Barns
  • These barns are all built on practically the same plan and are usually of the same size, and this is the only community known to the writer where this form of barn is used in this manner.

  • Brunt(Definition of brunt)
  • Passing by the right of thomas, who, with field, had borne the brunt of the last attack, pender crossed the railroad, and charged into the wood.

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