Correct spelling for BURIETO

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Possible correct spellings for burieto

  • Brute(Definition of brute)
  • At length he said, "lydia, don't think me a brute-but don't you see yourself that it won't do?"

  • Beret(Definition of beret)
  • It had been many years since a letter from home had come to father beret.

  • Buries
  • It is well to believe in others as we would be believed in ourselves, effendi, but england is like the ostrich which buries its head in the sand.

  • Burrito
  • A wet burrito, however, is covered in sauce and is therefore generally eaten with silverware.

  • Burnett
  • "yes; deuced pretty woman, may burnett.

  • Britt(Definition of britt)
  • Usial britt lifted his eyebrows.

  • Brett
  • I asked sally if i might introduce mr. brett to her, and she said yes, and smiled up so sweetly that i was delighted, because, for all her talk about nature's noblemen, i felt i didn't know her well enough to be quite sure how she would take it.

  • Bruited(Definition of Bruited)
  • There also the knights of his table round, whose praise was bruited about the whole world.

  • Bride(Definition of bride)
  • It is a rude unmannerly way to run off with a bride.

    And I'm running through the mountains with his bride And I got his wooden leg here by my side.

    – Three Legged Man by Bobby Bare
  • Burritos
  • The name burrito, as applied to the dish, possibly derives from the tendency for burritos to contain a lot of different things similar to how a donkey would be able to carry a lot.

  • Buried(Definition of buried)
  • Paulinus died in 644, and was buried in the chapter-house at rochester.

  • Briton(Definition of briton)
  • "the chamberlain said that there could not be a better time for your gladiator to see caesar, and therefore he has spoken to him at once, and nero has ordered the briton to be brought to him.

  • Brie
  • Nothing can be more picturesque than its appearance from the broken ground around, above, and below, and no less imposing is the quaint straggling indescribable old church of st. quiriace close by, now a mere patchwork of different epochs, but in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries one of the most remarkable religious monuments in brie and champagne.

  • Burred
  • Page 38: burred to blurred (her appearance struck him simply as blurred)

  • Barrett
  • "i have cleared my garret of nearly everything in it, and only wish i had more to give," answered one of the patriotic barrett mothers.

  • Brit(Definition of brit)
  • And as the years passed and their address remained the same, brit became fixed in the belief that casa grande was all that its name implied, and perhaps more.

  • Bret
  • With mark twain on the staff and bret harte in the chair, himself a frequent contributor, it easily ranked as first of san francisco periodicals.

  • Burt(Definition of burt)
  • Burt actually bought you a doll.

  • Bruit(Definition of bruit)
  • The further he progressed in this direction, the louder became the bruit of the oracle of apollo, and the more emphatic the testimonies to the piety, prophetic endowments, and personal attractions of the priest eubulides; his own resemblance to whom was the theme of continual remark.

  • Breton(Definition of breton)
  • Mademoiselle le breton did not reply.

  • Biretta(Definition of biretta)
  • Sometimes he wore a biretta with a diamond agraffe and a high plume of heron feathers.

  • Brunet(Definition of brunet)
  • General brunet will hardly be able to digest your hospitality, my margot; but you may sleep.