Correct spelling for BEERN

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Possible correct spellings for beern

  • bairn I've been lying here, gaeing up and down in my thoughts, a bairn again with my grandmither, gaeing up and down the braes and by the glen.
  • ban And with a ban soir this sudden arbiter of my destiny vanished.
  • barn So the sow was put in the stable, and the man went off to lie in the barn for the night.
  • bean The Red Cross Nurse Doll was brave, too, and did not run away, while the Lamb on Wheels stood on her wooden platform and never so much as blinked an eye as bean after bean struck her.
  • bear Oh, can I bear it?
  • bee "If I do it will be by a bee," said the philosopher to himself, "an' not by no woman o' that stripe.
  • beer "No, no small beer," the prisoner said, "that was not proper for her."
  • beery With their muscles and their beery good temper, they were not the worst of undertakers for a house which had always been human, and had not mistaken culture for an end.
  • being He had been hypnotised by the thing for the time being.
  • ben Ef it hadn't ben for the good noose and the Union victories I don't know how we could have got along.
  • benny Benny was with him now, pawing over the heavy lumps.
  • bern Accordingly, on the 11th of February, 1775, after the Governor had ordered an election to be held for a new Legislature to meet in New Bern on the 3d of April, Colonel Harvey also issued handbills for the election of another Congress to meet at the same time and place.
  • bier Near the foot of the bier there was a bench, and there I sat me down, and resting my elbows on my knees I took my dishevelled head between my frozen hands.
  • bin This young woman, this Widow, might 'a bin married; she might 'a bin on her way to the mountains; she might 'a stopped in there and got her divorce, one day on her way up; she might 'a come right on here and got coaxed into marrying Sandy.
  • boer Thinking it well to propitiate the Zulu king, Dingaan, whose power over-shadowed the country, the Boer leaders proceeded to his kraal to obtain from him a formal grant of land.
  • born Lex locis-I was born here.
  • bun On the end of the pier stood a little boy, who was called Mun Bun, but whose real name was Munroe Ford Bunker.
  • burn He was a Yankee and cold, and his anger was cold-the kind that will not burn itself out.
  • e'en
  • ne'er
  • Been 12,807. Have you ever been at Faroe or Greenland?
  • Borne I have borne all.
  • Eben
  • Bernie With some effort Bernie fished it from the capacious depths of a pocket, disentangling the sharp corners from the torn and ragged lining of his coat.
  • Beers Beers, Clifford W., A Mind that Found Itself, 2, 273, 274 and n.
  • Beyer Mr. Beyer has developed a novel explanation of the way stirrups act, but it is one which is scarcely likely to meet with more serious consideration than the steel girder to which he refers, which has neither web plate nor diagonals, but only verticals connecting the top and bottom flanges.
  • disburb
  • disenablement

20 words made from the letters beern

3 letter words made from beern:

ben, bee, reb, nee, nbe, ern, neb, ene, ebn.

4 letter words made from beern:

5 letter words made from beern:

erben, berne, beren.

Misspelling of the day


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