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  • befit They wore before the stranger knights rich cloth of silk, the best that could be found, and so many a goodly robe, which well befit their ample beauty.
  • beirut From there it is two days' journey to Beirut, or Beeroth, where there are about fifty Jews, at their head being R. Solomon, R. Obadiah, and R. Joseph.
  • benefit However, it wasn't for your benefit that I sent word for you to be here this morning.
  • berate Nikol, deeply offended, drew back, and without another word, walked to the pallet that had been assigned to him. Stubbs, feeling somewhat better now that he had been able to berate some one and thus soothe his injured feelings, also stalked away without another word and lay down on his pallet.
  • bereft Only the Great Spirit, who lives beyond the golden veils of the boreal lights, may hear the sobbing of a stricken human creature over the thing of which it has been bereft.
  • beret The sisters lay for a little with their arms round each other; then Beret sat up again; she wanted to look into her sister's face in the light of the summer night, that was gradually taking a tinge of red from the coming dawn.
  • brat Did not thy hue bewray whose brat thou art, Had nature lent thee but thy mother's look, Villain, thou mightst have been an emperor; But where the bull and cow are both milk-white, They never do beget a coal-black calf.
  • brent What happened next was such a tumult of abruptness that Brent found himself standing inactive, not fully grasping the meaning of the situation.
  • brest Besides the commander-in-chief of the Channel fleet, Rear-Admiral Kempenfelt, as first, and Captain Collings, as second captain, were both on board the Victory detached to cruise off Brest, commencing in June 1779, and returning occasionally to port until May 31st, 1780. After the death of Sir Charles Hardy, which took place on the 9th May 1780, Admiral Geary, and then Sir Francis Drake, succeeded to the command, with Captain Clayton as captain.
  • brevet Brevet-General Wesley Merritt, who had lately received his promotion to the colonelcy of the Fifth Cavalry, now took command of the regiment.
  • brevity It is curious to observe that in the House of Commons debate on the Candahar question, Mr. P. J. Smyth was reported to have referred to "the unexampled brevity of the General's despatch after he had won his great victory on the Indus," in the quaint belief that the first half-line of the epigram was Lord Ellenborough's actual report.
  • brief And with this brief leave-taking the peppery Sir Spencer left the room, more flushed and fussy than he had entered it.
  • bright Now, you needn't try to be so bright about it and say that of course there must be baby fairies, or there could not be any grown-up fairies.
  • brit But when they were halfway to Thurman's ranch- Brit on horseback and Swan striding easily along beside him, leading the blaze-faced horse, he glanced down at Swan's face and wondered if Swan had not lied a little.
  • britt "Why, Mr. Britt, he's only a harmless old man with extremely poor judgment about most things, including a girl's looks," she protested.
  • bruit The whistling and chirping sounds are loud and distinct in the large and small bronchial ramifications, and both from the absence of expectoration and the presence of the pulmonary bruit, the highly irritated state of the mucous linings is apparent.
  • brut Gaimar's work might possibly have had a longer life if it had not been cast into the shade by another chronicle in verse, the Roman de Brut, by a Norman poet, Wace, which fills an important and interesting place among our Arthurian sources, not merely because of the author's qualities as a poet and his treatment of the Arthurian story, but also because of the type of composition that he produced.
  • drift "I think Cherry is one of the fortunate girls destined to drift along the surface of life," Anne said, "and to accept wifehood quite simply.
  • raft He could not be carried on the raft.
  • refit We saw large whales next day, but were not able to lower away our boats; we saw whales every day for a week after, but the weather being so bad, we could not attempt to lower a boat down: we cruized fifteen days in all, having left our sixty shakes of butts on shore with the Gorgon's cooper, to set up in our absence, which Captain Parker was so kind as to let us have, and wanting to purchase more casks of Mr. Calvert's ships, and having no prospect of getting any good weather, I thought it most prudent to come in and refit the ship, and compleat my casks and fill my water, and by that time the weather would be more moderate.
  • rift I have heard both Catholics and Protestants complain that it is kept alive in great part by professional agitators, working in very diverse interests but to a common selfish end-and that end, as my friend of the morning pointed out, the continuance and, if possible, the deepening of the rift between the two religions.
  • shrift The "Last Supper," by Taddeo Gaddi, on the wall, is notable for depicting Judas, who had no shrift at the hands of the painters, without a halo.
  • thrift This was a real trouble to the little ones, for, as their mother said, they were "clear Frisbie all through;" and the thrift, energy, cleverness, and other qualities by which their father had made his fortune, were strong in them.
  • Bret They took a long walk, and went wandering over the hills, toward Sandy Bar and the Stanislaus-through that reposeful land which Bret Harte would one day light with idyllic romance-and toward evening found themselves a long way from home.
  • Brett Gravely he looked on as Mr. Brett produced six small, brown paper bags, crammed full of the most extraordinary objects.
  • briefed "I wasn't completely briefed on how it ended," Entman said delicately.

65 words made from the letters berift

5 letter words made from berift:

biter, befit, brief, berit, rifte, febri, breit, fiber, fibre, trife, ribet, frite, ibert, tribe, ferit, treif, tiber, refit.

4 letter words made from berift:

3 letter words made from berift:

fir, bit, bet, reb, tri, fbi, trf, ret, ire, rib, eft, fit, ref, fib, rit, fri, ter, ert, rbi, tie, feb.

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