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Correct spelling for BRIGNING
We think the word brigning 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 brigning
- Bragging(Definition of bragging)
- Beginning(Definition of beginning)
- Browning(Definition of browning)
- Braining(Definition of Braining)
- Brigantine(Definition of brigantine)
When he went at last he clapped me on the back, as if it were i who had done all the bragging.
That was the beginning.
Such an author, writing comparatively soon after the events, and in a book dedicated to the reigning king, was not likely to do any conscious injustice to the memory of queen anne, and was especially likely to take a fair view of the influence which her personal inclinations were calculated to have on the succession.
He-mr. browning-has only his verse to offer.
They succeed; but not without difficulty, and a free handling of handspikes-almost braining the apes before they consent to relinquish it.
Soldiers were bringing food and drink to them.
You may guess how amazed was barnaby true when, coming upon deck one morning, he found the brigantine riding upon an even keel, at anchor off staten island, a small village on the shore, and the well-known roofs and chimneys of new york town in plain sight across the water.