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Correct spelling for BOURN

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Possible correct spellings for bourn

  • bairn Come, give the bairn to me.
  • ban In 1765, thousands marched on Parliament and persuaded it to ban foreign silk imports.
  • barn We were at his heels and followed him to the barn.
  • ben She liked old Ben Weatherstaff.
  • bern Add a little more, and we should have the arcade of Carentan; add a great deal more, and we should have the arcades of Bern.
  • bin It was in a nice bin, and we would leave it in the bin.
  • boar We were both afraid of speaking, lest we should attract its attention, and the boar, being alarmed, might effect its escape.
  • boer "Now, Englishman," said the Boer.
  • bone He says: "Just there you are against the bone, it hurts me very much.
  • bonn Next morning there was a great concert at Bonn-part of the Beethoven festival, in which much fine music was given, but, oddly enough, not much of Beethoven's, to her Majesty's regret.
  • bonny And the heather moon would begin to shine gold on purple, for the trip through bonny Scotland, which he had planned.
  • bony It was a bony face, so narrow that the eyes and the cheek bones had to be pitched close, and his black hair, usually so shiny, was down in a bang now, because it was damp, and to Marylin there was something sinister in that dip of bang which frightened her.
  • boon Then in his joy, King Anguish begged Sir Tristram to voyage with him to his own land, bidding Tristram ask what boon he would and he should have it.
  • boone Boone, who was looking at her, closed his eyes.
  • boor Slatius made his way disguised as a boor into Friesland, and after various adventures attempted to cross the Bourtange Moors to Lingen.
  • born "I wish I had been born such a girl as you.
  • borneo You have heard of the head-hunters of Borneo.
  • boron When heated to low redness it decomposes into free iodine and phosphide of boron, BP. Nitric acid reacts energetically with it, but without incandescence, and a certain amount of iodine is liberated.
  • bound "If it be," answered his father with bitterness, "we'll find it open, I'll be bound."
  • bourbon It is something to have sheltered a Bourbon in his misfortunes."
  • bun "But I guess it's Mun Bun.
  • bunny The real ones are too small, like Bunny, or too silly, like Jerry.
  • bur That he had been taken by her to the house of a Jesuit, 169, in the Bur Street, nearly opposite to her Lust Haus, and that the Jesuit had given him some letters and fifty guineas for his trouble.
  • burn Until now she had been very white; suddenly she knew that her face must be flooded with bright red; she could feel the burn of it.
  • burner "I am freezing," replied the charcoal-burner, cowering, with a piteous expression.
  • burns It burns my throat-it hurts."
  • burnt The lamp suddenly burnt blue and instantly went out.
  • mourn If you do not do so, I shall lose heart, and you will mourn at my grave before long."
  • urn
  • Borne It was not to be borne.
  • Bono Pro bono publico is a wellnigh irresistible plea.
  • tied-up

30 words made from the letters bourn

4 letter words made from bourn:

born, boru, buon, nobu, onur, bonr, runo, norb, burn, ubon, ourn.

5 letter words made from bourn:

borun, norbu, bornu, bruno, buron, bourn, urbon, broun.

3 letter words made from bourn:

bur, nob, nub, rob, rub, bun, urn, ron, orb, uro, run.

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