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  • backer Mr. George Smith was what I might honestly term a fair forward, not brilliant, but steady, and a good backer up. He was, however, always getting too near the line, and often had to submit to the indignity of being pressed into touch, and thereby losing the leather.
  • baker Baker, of the Valiant, armed lugger, to make sail to windward, for the purpose of reconnoitring them.
  • barker And Mrs. Barker, his sister, was a very capable woman indeed, and quite equal to the combined duties of housekeeper, cook, lady's maid, and housemaid, which she fulfilled to everybody's satisfaction, including her own.
  • barrack We live and sleep in the barrack rooms and we have the whole space of the barrack square-200 yards long by about 80 wide-to play about in!
  • beaker Despite the heartiness of the sentiment, my honest tourist's enthusiasm seemed largely histrionic, and his quaffing of the beaker too reminiscent of drain-the-wine-cup-free in the second row of the chorus, for he absently allowed it to dangle from his hand before raising it to his lips.
  • bearer And in July 1865, Comstock was writing from Brockville to E. Kingsland, the bookkeeper in New York City, telling him to put Brenner-the bearer of the letter-"in the mill."
  • bicker Anything served them, that is, the urchins, as a pretence for a fray, or, Dorically speaking, a bicker; every street and close was at feud with its neighbour; the lads of the school were at feud with the young men of the college, whom they pelted in winter with snow, and in summer with stones; and then the feud between the old and new town!
  • brace Then he sat down by his fire to brace himself for the tidings he expected to hear.
  • bracer
  • bracken
  • bracket
  • bragger
  • brake
  • brakes
  • break
  • breaker
  • breakers
  • breather
  • brick
  • broker
  • bruckner
  • rocker
  • tracker
  • wrecker
  • Becker Wilfrid bent toward Monsieur Becker and said in a low voice, "Who taught her that?"
  • Brock
  • Barack Egyptian Cleric Hassan Abu Al-Ashbal issued a similar statement aslim taslam to President Barack Obama.
  • breaks
  • braked
  • bleaker The insupportable dread chilled and tortured her that the brief happiness of her marriage had been only a scrap and sample, which would leave all the rest of life and widowhood bleaker for its memory and loss.

144 words made from the letters breacker

3 letter words made from breacker:

bar, ace, abc, cer, reb, arc, rbc, eec, cab, era, aec, bee, ear, ark, err, bra, kea, arb, car, keb, are.

5 letter words made from breacker:

berck, ecker, barre, berar, reeck, kaber, berra, berka, berea, cereb, erber, beeck, becak, barke, arbre, crear, abcee, racer, cerae, acker, brake, crabe, braer, arber, acerb, beare, break, brace, berre, arcee, berek, ackee, caere, reker, recer, kebra, cerak, erker, arere, recke, crake, breer, barer, caber, breac, barce, baeck, kebar, creer, baker, recre, acree, reber, cabre, akber, kerce, eaker, creek, backe, cerra, creak, bacre, raree, beker, kacer, raber, bekar.

4 letter words made from breacker:

cake, rark, back, kcra, beka, erak, keeb, rake, brak, race, bear, akee, bake, ecer, acre, baek, krar, beek, beak, bece, care, kree, berk, cree, bare, erck, crab, kebe, eker, beer, reka, rack, kerb, rear, aker, krrc, rabe, kera, keba, rare, cark, reke, ceka, reeb, kere, cere, reek, ecke, akre, beke, beck, bark, erce, rece, acer, ebre.

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