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  • bang " Bang 'em 'bout a bit in the water, Master Richard, sir," cried Josh.
  • baring He determined to take advantage of a hint dropped by his friend Baring that the British Ministry, while declining mediation, was not unwilling to treat directly with the American commissioners.
  • bering The fur-seal fishery is an important industry, though apparently a declining one. Owing to the scarcity of seals and international difficulties concerning pelagic sealing in Bering Sea, where the greatest number have been taken, the business of seal-hunting is losing favour.
  • boring This is necessary when the spindle of the machine in which it is used has play in the bearings, which is very often the case with boring and drilling machines.
  • brag "You see, it would be something for him to brag about afterwards," continued Saurin.
  • bragg Colonel Allen, of the Fourth Louisiana, one of Gibson's regiments, rode back to General Bragg to repeat the request for artillery.
  • bran Bran and Davie and the men and maids and Alice, a bonny woman, and Mrs. Grizel, very little withered, exclaimed and ran.
  • brand She regarded Mrs. Tufton as a brand she had plucked from the burning and took a great deal of trouble with her.
  • brant I quite envy you, Mr. Brant, your horse and your freedom.
  • break Break, break the tables of those who are never joyful!
  • brent Brent had been on the qui-vive, steadied against any self-betrayal, yet now he struggled against the impulse to tremble with excitement.
  • brig The anchor was secured, the yards trimmed, and the brig began to move out of the roadstead.
  • brine The salt brine is heated to a high temperature and filtered.
  • bring Pray go to him and bring him back with you."
  • brink Caroline was dangerously ill; the child was not strong, and Carl's own health, always at the brink of wreckage, broke down.
  • briny Thus having said, he cut the cleaving sky, And in a moment vanished from her eye, The nymph, obedient to divine command, To seek Ulysses, paced along the sand, Him pensive on the lonely beach she found, With streaming eyes in briny torrents drown'd, And inly pining for his native shore; For now the soft enchantress pleased no more; For now, reluctant, and constrained by charms, Absent he lay in her desiring arms, In slumber wore the heavy night away, On rocks and shores consumed the tedious day; There sate all desolate, and sighed alone, With echoing sorrows made the mountains groan.
  • bronc "Say, you fellers, wait a minute till I make that bronc' o' his'n do a cake-walk!" interposed a third, casting the loop of his riata on the ground so that Ballard's horse would be thrown if he lifted hoof.
  • bronco I spent the next ten minutes catching the " Bronco!"
  • bronx "The colonel has shipped a vast amount of cotton intending to use the proceeds of its sale to purchase ships for the Confederacy; and he has lost most of them, for you captured quite a number of them when you were in command of the Bronx.
  • bruno Bruno was upon them with a bound.
  • brunt One word more, and I have done, Can we but stand, and overcome this one shock or brunt, I doubt not but in little time all the world will be ours; and when that day comes, my true hearts, I will make you kings, princes, and captains, and what brave days shall we have then?
  • bung Or, take some wine out of the casks-add to each forty gallons which it contains the whites of ten eggs, whipped to foam with the wine taken out-pour in the mixture again-stir up well, and bung up tight.
  • prang And you know how people have been getting at the 'Novum' lately, and even suggesting that Prang was merely a pen-name for Wilkinson himself.
  • prong In general shape this creature bears considerable resemblance to the deer, the form of the horn being its chief peculiarity, each one of which is provided with a single prong, from which the animal takes its name, of Prong Horn.
  • rung Horror, almost aversion, had rung in his tone as he said the words 'new marvel.
  • wrong You have come to the wrong house!
  • Rang She rang the bell cautiously.
  • Wrung Ootah wrung his hands.
  • Brno The 2006–07 A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Czech Republic was an A1 Grand Prix race, held on October 8, 2006 at Masaryk Circuit near Brno, Czech Republic.
  • Brenda Rising dejectedly, and by no means inspired by hope, Brenda led the way to the Arnold wagons, where I found the father and mother on their knees beside an ox, engaged in binding rawhide "boots" to the animal's feet.
  • brings In James 1:14,15, it brings out how it works.

13 words made from the letters breng

3 letter words made from breng:

neb, ern, beg, geb, erg, nbe, ben, reb, ebn, gen.

4 letter words made from breng:

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