Correct spelling for BOURTH
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Possible correct spellings for bourth
- barth Dr. Barth in his Religions of India says:
- bath Then she cried to her daughter: "This, then, is the traitor knight who slew my brother, Sir Marhaus"; and snatching up the sword, she rushed upon Sir Tristram where he sat in his bath, and would have killed him, but that his squire restrained her.
- berth The Indians had soon learned to respect the range of that rifle, and they gave the cabin a wide berth.
- beth Beth had run on ahead.
- birth Soon after his birth his mother hurried with him to France to escape the coming troubles, and his father presently followed discrowned.
- booth The closing tableau by the Lord Lytton booth was a grand success and represented scenes from Bulwer's "Rienzi."
- both You must bring them both some day to my little castle at Strawberry Hill."
- bough The hunter flung himself prostrate behind the bough framework that had served as bedstead.
- bout Five o'clock came at last, and he left the plain little work-cell behind the sumptuous panelling of the executive chamber for a ten-minute bout with the press correspondents.
- burgh She had walked with him on the hills, she had accompanied him as far as the burgh; she had waved her hand to him before they walked quite out of each other's sight.
- burt Indeed, there was a general chorus of commiseration, which Burt brought to a prosaic conclusion by saying: Crocodile tears, every one.
- forth The soul will not come forth to be roughly used.
- fourth The fever increased in violence, and on the fourth day the small-pox broke out.
- mouth His hand shook and his mouth shook and his voice shook.
- north Mrs. North, deaf from girlhood.
- south It was lighted by eight windows in the north wall, and by nine windows in the south wall, each of two lights.
- worth "Oh, it isn't worth talking about!
- youth And the youth went gloomily away.
- Bertha She clung close to Bertha Haughton's arm; but now that friendly arm was drawn away.
- Bought I bought them yesterday at Colchester....
- Burch Mr. Burch reports a copper and silver lode, and also two lodes of gold and silver, in this neighborhood.
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