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Correct spelling for BRUSTED

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Possible correct spellings for brusted

  • Bruised(Definition of bruised)
  • But the terrible struggle with the surf, following upon the long exposure to the storm, had completely exhausted him, and he was sorely bruised besides.

  • Wrested(Definition of Wrested)
  • The fellow was instantly seized and the stick wrested from his grasp, while he was conveyed to the nearest police-station.

  • Brushed(Definition of brushed)
  • She brushed past mrs. cameron and ran out of the house.

  • Bested(Definition of bested)
  • Dolf norbury ain't the man to be bested all along the line-and i shouldn't wonder if he didn't begin now.

  • Bruited(Definition of Bruited)
  • This acknowledgment was not only bruited about in words, but, without his knowledge or consent, was also inserted into the deed; not when this was drawn up, but when it was engrossed; a falsification which caused michelangelo the utmost vexation.

  • Breasted(Definition of breasted)
  • It was brown, with black stripes on the back, and white-breasted.

  • Rousted
  • The rooms of napoleon wuz full of the thrilling interest that great leader always rousted up, and always will, i spoze, till history's pages are torn up and destroyed.

  • Rested(Definition of rested)
  • Looking from one to the other, her glance rested, on the stranger.

  • Boasted
  • Even his comrades believed that he bore a charmed life; for, although he received many slight wounds, he was never touched in a vital part, and he boasted that he had not been out of "fighting trim" during the whole of that long siege, night or day.

  • Boosted
  • What if her feet should skid and after ten or a dozen bell hops had boosted her up again they should find me underneath?

  • Trusted(Definition of trusted)
  • "just so; you 'd know your man before you trusted him.

  • Bristled(Definition of bristled)
  • Once out of the immediate neighborhood, the greatest danger would be past, but for the present every step of the way bristled with perils.

  • Rusted(Definition of rusted)
  • It could not endure its native weather, and rusted away almost to nothingness.

  • Basted
  • Keep it constantly basted with butter, and serve with brown gravy, some of which must be poured round the steak, and the remainder sent to table in a tureen.

  • Busted(Definition of busted)
  • This thing has busted wide open.

  • Crusted(Definition of crusted)
  • He pointed to the mud crusted on his clothes.

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