Correct spelling for BARY

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Possible correct spellings for bary

  • baby Oh, Alfred, you are just a big baby, and it's a pity to see you left this way."
  • bar So Will lifted him off of the horse and put him on the cross-bar of the stable as if he were riding, and then he got on the horse and rode away.
  • barb We entered that strip of land which on a time old Sophronisba barb-wired and barricaded against her neighbors, and which touched the Jelnik grounds in the rear.
  • bard There goes a madman or a bard!
  • bare This must be done not with bare words, but with all its strength, which indeed amounteth only to a strong purpose and resolution; for the Soul of itself hath no strength or power to effect any good work.
  • bark You must not bark at Mrs. O'Meath.
  • barmy "The sky's spitting fire," Cried Sandy-"and see! Green Criffel reels round, And will choke up the sea; From their bottles of tempest The fiends draw the corks, Wide Solway is barmy, Like ale when it works; There sits Satan's daughter, Who works this dread darg, To mar my blythe bridal" Quoth young Sandy Harg.
  • barn Throckmorton handed the ladies into the carriage; and, in spite of the light from the open hall-door, and not from the carriage-lamps-for the Barn Elms carriage had long parted with its lamps-he pressed a light kiss on Jacqueline's hand, under General and Mrs. Temple's very eyes, without their seeing it.
  • bars I've did that this night, 'll put iron bars atween thee an' him.
  • bart In Jim Wetherby's estimation, Cap and Bart Martine were the two heroes of the war.
  • bay On the 15th of January, 1520, he came in sight of a high hill overlooking a commodious bay.
  • bray Bray found Jane waiting for him outside the door; Teresa Velasquez was standing beside her, holding her hand.
  • bury In a few minutes the ministro, or assistant of the cura, joined us, from whom we learned that the cura was preparing to bury this child, and as soon as it was over, would come to receive us.
  • gary No such ceremony was ever gone through at Melbourne; and certainly nothing had ever given me the notion that my Aunt Gary was any more fond of sacred things than the rest of the family.
  • mary Mary looked up at her mother sharply.
  • nary I t-t-t-old him them ports would git stove in, an'-an'-order'd him to fix the deadlights; but the durned fool ain't done nary a thing, an' there ye air, streenger, thaar ye air!
  • vary The sides, into which leaves and moss are freely interwoven, vary from an inch to a couple of inches in thickness.
  • wary How wary and cautious the fox becomes in regions where it is much trapped and hunted!
  • Barry Once more pealed forth "25 for 5,000." That Bob saw the pallor, that he caught the quiver, was evident to all, for the instant his "Sold" rang out, he followed it with "5,000 at 24, 23, 22, 20." Neither Barry Conant nor any of his lieutenants got in a "Take it"; although whether they wanted to or not was an open question until Bob allowed his voice to dwell just a pendulum swing of time on the 20. It was as if he were tantalising them into sticking by their guns.
  • Cary On retiring from the stage in 1882, Miss Cary married Dr. C. H. Raymond, putting an end to her public career when she was at the height of her popularity.
  • Barr By Amelia E. Barr Ben Blair.
  • discommends Homer also discommends the government of many; but whether he means this we are speaking of, or where each person exercises his power separately, is uncertain.

14 words made from the letters bary

3 letter words made from bary:

arb, ray, aby, bay, bra, ayr, rya, bar.

4 letter words made from bary:

bayr, ryba, bray, brya, raby, arby.

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Backpack

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