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Correct spelling for BRASEN
We think the word brasen is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for brasen
- Brazen(Definition of brazen)
- Bracer(Definition of bracer)
- Brassy(Definition of brassy)
- Raisin(Definition of raisin)
- Brazed(Definition of Brazed)
- Braze(Definition of braze)
- Braise(Definition of braise)
- Basin(Definition of basin)
- Bracing(Definition of bracing)
- Bruise(Definition of bruise)
- Barren(Definition of barren)
- Braces(Definition of braces)
- Bran(Definition of bran)
- Brainy(Definition of brainy)
- Brazenly(Definition of brazenly)
- Brawny(Definition of brawny)
- Browne(Definition of browne)
- Bracken(Definition of bracken)
- Risen(Definition of risen)
- Broken(Definition of broken)
- Brasses(Definition of Brasses)
- Bunsen(Definition of bunsen)
- Brass(Definition of brass)
- Brace(Definition of brace)
- Brazing(Definition of Brazing)
- Brest(Definition of brest)
- Brine(Definition of brine)
- Broaden(Definition of broaden)
- Braced(Definition of braced)
- Brawn(Definition of brawn)
- Brain(Definition of brain)
- Reason(Definition of reason)
- Baron(Definition of baron)
- Browse(Definition of browse)
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Champlain, however, was often called upon to decide a point of law, and we learn from his history that he was unable on account of death to settle a point which had arisen between two of robert giffard's farmers.
Not the first nor the last time that a wash-basin has beaten a pail.
I had dined early this fresh october evening, enjoying to the full the bracing coolness of the air, pungent with the odor of dry leaves and the faint smell of burning brush.
In one minute my life seemed to have become a barren waste.
I told him the rais and all turks had braces to their pantaloons.
What time does mr. barron come?"
Before that, in a moment of rare emotional outburst, brainy kisses lyles cheek as he finds him again, and right after he feels embarrassed.
"i've got brains, too, i believe," he began.
A rough steep path had here been worn among the bracken, and was widened at every ascent by falls of loose soil and stones.
In this introductory lecture i can, of course, only hint at these in the barest and most summary manner.
But-" and cherry seemed to brace herself in soul and body-"but that's marriage.
A snake will rattle before it strikes and a dog will snarl before it bares its teeth: instinct forced hervey to that exulting cry and even as the gun came into his hand he saw perris spin sideways.
I made a strong plea for the psychological treatment of the criminal, basing my plea on the fact that crime is the result of unconscious workings of the mind, and stating that instead of sending a poor man to penal servitude we ought to analyse his mind and cure him of his anti-social tendencies.
He had heard of such things, and the thought of the long marches over the frozen barrens and the perilous canoe trip down the coast, contrasted with a swift rush for an hour or two through the sunlit air, gave the professor the courage which might not have availed him otherwise.
Felt my nerves braced, and liked cold better than heat.
For at last she knew with her brain, as all along she had known in her heart, that it was to be victory.
What do you think of such talk, baron?