Correct spelling for BARBA

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Possible correct spellings for barba

  • aba Then Aba Seyd, grave-eyed and grand, Stood forth with lifted brow and hand; Kingly of height, of mien sublime, Like glorious Saul among his peers, With matchless wisdom for all time Gleaned from the treasure house of years; His locks rose like an eagle's crest, His gray beard stormed on cheek and breast, His silvery voice sonorous rang, As when, exulting in the fray, Where lances hissed and trumpets sang, He held the Bedouin hordes at bay.
  • baa In a nice little barn, Where the "moo-moos" are; Freddie says "Good night," But the lammie he says " Baa!"
  • babe See, he'll be safe in this cradle while you go and play, though it is forty years and more since it held a babe of my own.
  • baby You are a baby!"
  • balboa 49, 60, 119, 120, 121. Balboa, p.
  • baobab Groping and stumbling, the two felt their way to the baobab, and Miss Leslie pushed Winthrope headlong through the entrance.
  • bar 56. End of iron bar, Zutphen.
  • barb " Barb, yonder's where Jeff-Jack and I stopped to dine on blackberries the day we got home from the war.
  • barbary "Slowness of motion," in Barbary, and I imagine in The East, is also considered a mark of dignity.
  • barbed To an American horse accustomed to the prairies there is no spur like the yell of an Indian; for he knows that along with it usually comes the shock of a bullet, or the sting of a barbed shaft.
  • barbel Populations of Arctic cod previously referred to the East Siberian cod however do have a chin barbel and grow up to 50–60 cm length.
  • barber The barber fell in with the suggestion.
  • barbuda Antigua and Barbuda total: 1,165 km paved: 384 km unpaved: 781 km (2002)
  • bard After dinner the bard told them ingenuously that he had no wine, nothing better than Highland whiskey, a bottle of which he set on the board.
  • bare Then came a hand from heaven and took the vessel and the spear and bare them out of sight.
  • bark Like Prickly Porky he lives chiefly on bark.
  • barn As she came in sight of the barn she beheld the clothes basket dangling about half-way to the roof, swinging this way and that from one end of a rope.
  • bars It was lying just beyond the bars.
  • bart Bart Stanton stopped suddenly and unfolded the newspaper again under the glow of the street lamp.
  • berber In 1812, John Ludwig Burckhardt, of Swiss nationality, the first among Europeans, made a pilgrimage to Mecca and then travelled up the Nile to Korosko, after which he crossed the desert to Berber and Shendy.
  • bib T Solicitor-general, New Brunswick, 1856, 41; opposition candidate in York, 1865, elected, 86; his sterling honesty, 87; attorney-general in Smith government, 91; a Conservative, 91; appointed to the bench, 93, 95; chief justice, 87. Bib.
  • bob I have had a talk with Bob.
  • boob A boob, they called him.
  • bra Dakota Abberton (born in Maroubra, New South Wales), an Australian surfer, is a member of the Australian surf gang, the Bra Boys.
  • bubo Bubo virginianus virginianus, 235 " elachistus, 237 " pacificus, 235 " pallescens, 235 " saturatus, 235 " subarticus, 235
  • garb
  • Barbara Barbara grew utterly silent, sitting with eyes downcast and lips set in a disapproval that needed no speech for its expression.
  • Bub "That's a go then, bub," he said; "if you want to stick to the old trail I'll help you keep it, and if you want to find a new one, why, I'll just follow right along."
  • Bambi "Oh, if I would learn to be a camel I wouldn't need a hump," returned Bambi, shortly.
  • Barr Well, Mr. Luther Barr, who is L. B., is not at home now.
  • Barbour Barbour County, Florida, was named in his honor.
  • Barbie Melisse went after her an' come back sayin' that Barbie didn't feel hungry an' was goin' to wait until after dark an' then wear it outdoors.
  • Barbra Lazy Afternoon may refer to: Lazy Afternoon ( Barbra Streisand album), 1975 Lazy Afternoon (Regina Belle album), 2004 "Lazy Afternoon", a song from the 1954 Broadway musical The Golden Apple, music by Jerome Moross and lyrics by John La Touche "Lazy Afternoon", a Jazz song by Cook and Benny Carter, with arrangements by Baker, 1937 Lazy Afternoon, a CD by Jason Wilber
  • barbs It came out, but the barbs of the arrow tore the flesh badly.
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16 words made from the letters barba

3 letter words made from barba:

aba, ara, aar, baa, bar, arb, bra.

5 letter words made from barba:

arbab, rabba, babar, babra, barba, abbar.

4 letter words made from barba:

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