Correct spelling for BUTNO

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Possible correct spellings for butno

  • Bruno
  • M. bruno, whom he had not noticed in the chapel, came and joined him.

  • Burton(Definition of burton)
  • "you shouldn't call miss burton a gaoler-she isn't as bad as that; besides, she's not a man," said elspeth, who had not before spoken.

  • Bunt(Definition of bunt)
  • The hands who had stopped half-way up the fore-rigging, spell-bound at the sight of the mirage, now bestirred themselves, shaking off their superstitious fears; old masters, in the presence of something to be done, also working, and soon the sail was furled, the bunt stowed, and the gaskets passed.

  • Futon
  • Baton(Definition of baton)
  • It was as if a conductor were leading an orchestra, and as if it responded instantly to every suggestion of his baton.

  • Burn(Definition of burn)
  • And thrice we did pass places where gas-fires did burn and dance, and made oft a low moaning, and somewhiles a little whistling; and the other sounds yet to come oddly from the rocks, in this place and that, very strange and unthought of, yet to be something familiar.

    How many bridges must I burn? How many lessons must I learn?

    – All I Hear by train
  • Bono
  • Nothing puzzled him so much as my being always occupied with such, to him, unintelligible pursuits; a tibetan "cui bono?"

  • Burnt(Definition of burnt)
  • What was this about the church that had been burnt down?

  • Butting(Definition of Butting)
  • "it's no use butting," he said.

  • Button(Definition of button)
  • "not a single button!

  • Butane(Definition of butane)
  • Other examples of pressure vessels are diving cylinders, recompression chambers, distillation towers, pressure reactors, autoclaves, and many other vessels in mining operations, oil refineries and petrochemical plants, nuclear reactor vessels, submarine and space ship habitats, pneumatic reservoirs, hydraulic reservoirs under pressure, rail vehicle airbrake reservoirs, road vehicle airbrake reservoirs, and storage vessels for liquified gases such as ammonia, chlorine, and lpg (propane, butane).

  • Barton(Definition of Barton)
  • Mrs. barton had given two dinner-parties in a private room hired for the occasion; but these dinners could scarcely be called successful.

  • Bun(Definition of bun)
  • For the elephant she had a rusk, a bun for the bear, and the gorilla was pacified by an offering of nuts from his native brazil.

  • But(Definition of but)
  • But this was not enough for oisin.