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Correct spelling for BURSEY

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Possible correct spellings for bursey

  • Discommends
  • Burst(Definition of burst)
  • At this the other burst out a-laughing.

  • Busty
  • Elphie elfman (エルフィ・エルフマン erufui erufuman) is a busty cowgirl who meets moena at the beginning of the 2nd angel blade punish!

  • Burs
  • One man can pick the burs out of from fifteen to twenty-five animals a day, if there are not too many burs in the mohair.

  • Busier
  • Never busier, never more alert, and watchful, and cautious, and skillful than now!

  • Bose
  • On the evening of the clam-bake, the mate was a little exhilarated; and, having pulled off his pea-jacket preparatory to "turning in" for the night, he seized bose, mistaking him for the jacket he had just dropped, and threw him into his berth.

  • Bursary(Definition of bursary)
  • Barker trained at the central school of speech and drama from 1960 to 1963, in her final year winning the carlton hobbs bursary, which gave her a six-month contract with the bbcs radio drama company.

  • Busby(Definition of busby)
  • "now, busby, we'll mount you first," he said, and slipped the bridle from the horse.

  • Busy(Definition of busy)
  • "i am rather busy," tranter replied.

  • Bursae
  • Accessory ligaments (extracapsular and intracapsular) - the fibers of some fibrous membranes are arranged in parallel bundles of dense regular connective tissue that are highly adapted for resisting strains to prevent extreme movements that may damage the articulation bursae - saclike structures that are situated strategically to alleviate friction in some joints (shoulder and knee) that are filled with fluid that is similar to synovial fluid the bone surrounding the joint on the proximal side is sometimes called the plafond, especially in the talocrural joint.

  • Bars
  • Then he peered through, holding the bars, and saw the familiar patch of grass beyond the gravel sweep, and the dark cottages over the way.

  • Bus(Definition of bus)
  • Often i found that i had alighted from the bus a few stops before or after my destination.

  • Base(Definition of base)
  • "may i ask upon what you base your opinion?

  • Bursa(Definition of bursa)
  • In advanced cases it is even found that the bursa is absolutely dry.

  • For
  • Bursar(Definition of bursar)
  • Carry dr. morley's note to the bursar.

  • Buys
  • And now we are told that "every one buys bookcases with glass doors; we have no call for others."

  • Bury(Definition of bury)
  • I haven't time to find them, and they'd come out and bury the horns if we left them.

  • Buss(Definition of buss)
  • It shall be so, it shall be so: come, now buss, and seal the bargain.

  • Buses
  • If it were possible for women to put their satchels down on counters, or the seats of buses, or any odd place they thought of, and then to make some innocent person responsible because they were stolen, there would be no security for anybody.

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