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  • beef I daresay that the beef would not have been bad if someone had occasionally turned it, and if the fire would have burned clear.
  • bereave For the space perhaps of half an hour the agony I felt from this termination to my tranquillity, and the expectation it excited of the enmity which would follow me through every retreat, was such as to bereave me of all consistent thinking, much more of the power of coming to any resolution.
  • bereft To show how utterly bereft of guidance, control, and judgment were our forces, I have merely to say that each man started back by exactly the same route he had come, just as a horse would do, while right before them was the Warrenton Pike, a good, straight road direct to Centerville, which was distant but little over four miles.
  • brave He is a mighty brave soldier, and he's been home on a furlough to get well of a wound on his leg where he was shot.
  • breed He's one o' Peleg Sunderland's breed and'll foller anything that walks, if you tell him to, from a mushrat to a man.
  • breve [+] Dagger [++] Double dagger [C] Capital open O [)o] Lower-case o with breve [=e] Lower-case e with macron
  • brevet Roswell Holmes, who had stowed a box of wine and several boxes of cigars in the supply-wagons, with his compliments to Dr. Weeks and his patients, and who had remained at Laramie instead of going to the front solely because of an odd turn in local events, now declared that he must be considered a brevet second lieutenant, and besought Dr. Bayard's permission to visit his patient, Mr. McLean, to solicit the loan of his uniforms, sword, etc.
  • brew The three men sat round and sipped the steaming liquor, the two brothers vying with each other in their praises of Victor's skill in the "brew."
  • brie Airily, nay, coquettishly perched on its smiling, green eminence, and still possessed of an antique stateliness, in striking contrast with the busy little trim town that has sprung up at his feet, Provins captivates the beholder by virtue alike of its uniqueness and poetic charm; I can think of nothing in my various travels at all like this little Acropolis of Brie and Champagne, whether seen in a distance in the railway, or from the ramparts that still encircle it as in the olden time.
  • brief Mr. Martin had been some weeks in Paris with his family, when a brief note informed him that Merl had arrived there.
  • reef He took a reef in the counterpane and with a fair amount of dignity, considering his appearance, stalked upstairs again and stood gloomily considering affairs in his bedroom.
  • ref Ref. : O. 41, C. 62, L. 80, B. 76, S. P. 95, P. 45. -W. 96, N. 95, V. 79.
  • refer The nest I refer to was placed in a clump of bamboos about 5 feet from the ground.
  • rife And ever and anon, with singults rife, He cryed out, to make his undersong; Ah!
  • Brae On the Davel Brae battleground we often managed to bring on something like real war, greatly more exciting than personal combat.
  • briefs A letter of the London correspondent of a Dublin newspaper of the day, relating to Mr. Hope-Scott's examination before the Select Committee above mentioned, contains, in the lively manner of a journalist, some particulars worth preserving:- It used to be said of Mr. Hope-Scott in the great days of railway committees, ere the London, Chatham, and Dover had made its scandalum magnatum, that his briefs were worth 15,000l.
  • briefed Eh, well, we have got Sutcliffe, our own lawyer, and he's briefed Robson, the barrister.
  • briefer The royal power was not easily maintained over this race of artisans and sailors: Baalbazer, son of Hiram, reigned for six years, and his successor, Abdastart, was killed in a riot after a still briefer enjoyment of power.
  • smoothe If he was sulky or silent, it was everyone's concern to smoothe him down-if only he would talk.

13 words made from the letters brefe

3 letter words made from brefe:

reb, fee, feb, ref, bee.

4 letter words made from brefe:

5 letter words made from brefe:

febre.

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