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Correct spelling for BURSH
We think the word bursh is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for bursh
- Bur(Definition of bur)
- Bushy(Definition of bushy)
- Blush(Definition of blush)
- Brush(Definition of brush)
- Bursa(Definition of bursa)
- Butch(Definition of butch)
- Rush(Definition of rush)
- Bash(Definition of bash)
- Burnish(Definition of burnish)
- Birch(Definition of birch)
- Bosh(Definition of bosh)
- Brash(Definition of brash)
- Burgh(Definition of burgh)
- Bush(Definition of bush)
She went to the back of the house and more faintly he heard her again call his name-"wilbur, wil-bur-r-r!"
He wagged his bushy tail and looked in jasper's direction.
Meanwhile, van busch and p. blinders, who had left the dorp behind them, and strolled up the almost dry bed of a sluit leading up amongst the hills, conversed, in sabbath security from english artillery, and reassuring remoteness from dutch eavesdroppers.
Her next remark brought a blush of confusion to my cheek.
Anxious orderlies were quick to brush aside the touch of an elbow, but to those outside the circle, watching what he would do, he seemed alone with his people.
Here the plantar aponeurosis, the navicular bursa, the navicular bone itself, or the pedal articulation may be injured.
"he'd do the old boy more good by ridding the country of them cussed red devils, than by any other way," was the reply of butch'.
Bash tchelik, hearing this laughed and said: "my strength is in my sabre!"
But if you take a piece of smooth steel, and therewith burnish a part of it, which may be presently done, you shall find that part will lose its whiteness, and turn a speculum, looking almost every where dark, as other looking-glasses do, which may not a little confirm our doctrine.
Illustrated by reginald birch.
It would be funnier than the bosh you and barker talk.
She had understood thoroughly the quick divulgings of mrs. carbuncle's tidings, the working of her aunt's anxious mind.
Brash statement either way, relative to the reclamation of the average felon, should be withheld; yet close to a life study of, and research pertaining to, imprisoned felons, while brushing elbows with them as a state agent in the most intimate way, emboldens the writer unequivocally to assert: aside from the natural effect upon him of cumulative impositions, all of them pronouncedly unfortuitous, and not one of them ameliorated by so much as a semblance of virile countervailing influence, the average nearly-normal felon issues just as millions more of his mind and matter would have issued, had they, like the offender, been practically dispossessed of good suggestion, good example, and good training and teaching.
Burch passed him treading softly and when the man's back was turned to him tom called out in a low voice.
Later on, another petition of the magistrates and town council of the royal burgh of montrose was presented against the bill; and subsequently one from stirlingshire, renfrew, wigton, edinburgh, elgin, glasgow, perth, dumfries, and many other places.
Back ag'in to the kowie bush, over into the fish river, without settin' eyes once on the blanged thing.
The man who would trustingly endeavor to draw a sherry cobbler out of a clam-shell, make a gin sling from cold potatoes, lard oil from railroad spikes, or a mint-julep out of sea weed and chestnut burs-or hopefully essay the concoction of a satisfactory oyster stew from jack-knife-handles and bootlegs, is the only person i can conceive of, sanguine enough to anticipate an evening's pleasure from a city sleigh-ride.