Correct spelling for BEURO

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Possible correct spellings for beuro

  • bare The credit side was bare.
  • barrio In 1808, when the nation rose against the French, they were admitted to military service, but when the local levies were ordered to the mainland, there was a mutiny in which the barrio del Segell was sacked.
  • barrow 102, 182 Barrow, Isaac, vi.
  • bear 13,196. Then you say that bear meal in 1870 was charged at 4s.
  • bearer I do not forget"-with another bow-"his mother's descent from the Annesleys of Anglesea and Valentia: but she will forgive me that, while watching him, I thought rather of his blood derived from my own great-great-grandfather Robert, and of our common ancestors-Walter, the king's standard-bearer, Edward, who carried the heart of the Bruce to Palestine-but I weary Mr. Matthew perhaps?"
  • beer That she had been to other villages and towns-Axmouth, and Seaton, and Beer, and to Salcombe Regis and Sidmouth, and once to Exeter; but never, never had she seen a place like Branscombe-not one that she liked half so well.
  • beery A fine stocky lad, with a great square jaw, heavy beery jowls, and a blue-black, bearded chin; in a blue striped collar.
  • berg Especially I desire to see this Mrs. Dwyer, Berg, who keeps the store on the ground floor and the young man who was employed by Hume.
  • beria From this primitive man the whole created world emanates in four stages: Azila, Beria, Yezira, Asiya.
  • berk =flocculosa=, Berk.
  • bern The handbills of this bold Speaker also invited the people to invest the deputies whom they might send to New Bern "with powers obligatory on the future conduct of the inhabitants."
  • berra > Guaycura, Orozco y Berra, Geografia de las Lenguas de Mexico, map, 1864.
  • berry "Lookee hyar," he continued, "I war bid to tell the lubbly Injun lady that the gen'l'm'n wud be at dis berry spot to-morrow mornin' early to meet her, and I war 'tickler told say dat it war private, and not to be told no 'quisitive folks wat might want to know.
  • biro I had a syce or groom who passed by the name of Lal Biro.
  • blur For Stephen, staring at the black blur of the city outline, was filled with a strange exaltation which might have belonged to his Puritan forefathers.
  • bohr The Bohr model of the chemical bond took into account the Coulomb repulsion - the electrons in the ring are at the maximum distance from each other.
  • bore He raised his eyes every few seconds to look at the general, who had become very pale on first opening his letter, and whose countenance now bore an expression of pain.
  • borrow Want to borrow a little, eh?
  • br Br. 10. Qui, mutare vias ausus terraeque marisque, Trajecit montes nauta, fretumque pedes, Xerxi, tercentum Spartae Mars obstitit acris Militibus; terris sit pelagoque pudor!
  • bra So now this bra' chieftain, who long has suspended And kept out of view what his master intended, Bursts out all at once, and an inside discloses, Disgusting the Tories, who stop up their noses.
  • brow With lifted brow-I harken for your singing.
  • bruno
  • bubo
  • bur
  • burg
  • burl
  • burn
  • burp
  • burr
  • burro
  • burrow
  • burt
  • bury
  • ebro
  • euro
  • hero
  • nero
  • zero
  • Berm Western Sahara legal status of territory and issue of sovereignty unresolved; territory contested by Morocco and Polisario Front (Popular Front for the Liberation of the Saguia el Hamra and Rio de Oro), which in February 1976 formally proclaimed a government-in-exile, the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), near Tindouf, Algeria, led by President Mohamed ABDELAZIZ; territory partitioned between Morocco and Mauritania in April 1976 when Spain withdrew, with Morocco acquiring northern two-thirds; Mauritania, under pressure from Polisario guerrillas, abandoned all claims to its portion in August 1979; Morocco moved to occupy that sector shortly thereafter and has since asserted administrative control; the Polisario's government-in-exile was seated as an Organization of African Unity (OAU) member in 1984; Morocco between 1980 and 1987 built a fortified sand berm delineating the roughly 80 percent of Western Sahara west of the barrier that currently is controlled by Morocco; guerrilla activities continued sporadically until a UN-monitored cease-fire was implemented on 6 September 1991 (Security Council Resolution 690) by the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO)
  • Byre
  • Bert I wonder where Bert is....
  • Barr When on my return Mr. Barr Smith, who had long grasped the principle of justice underlying effective voting, and was eager for its adoption, offered to finance a lecturing tour through the State, I jumped at the offer.
  • BRR
  • BRO Resolved, That we commend Bro. Crocker as worthy to receive contributions made on behalf of Bro. Philips.
  • BURS
  • tied-up
  • for

33 words made from the letters beuro

4 letter words made from beuro:

breu, beru, beor, ebur, rube, bore, roue, orbe, ebro, oure, beur, brue, euro, boue, rebo, bure, reub, boer, ebru, robe, boru.

5 letter words made from beuro:

oubre, obure, beour.

3 letter words made from beuro:

orb, bur, uro, rue, roe, rob, rub, reb, ore.

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Fasinate

  • beats a hasty retreat
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  • fascinated
  • fascinates
  • finite
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