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  • baron What o'clock is it, Baron Rohritz?"
  • barony I will mount and ride with thee across-country through the Welsh Barony.
  • barren Diadyomene gained a barren, bitter victory, for he fled.
  • ben Ben Hayle arn't Sir John Day up at the Hall.
  • bone Then our people chose a man to pass the bone for them, and when the Arapahoes guessed, they guessed wrong.
  • bonn So far as the transepts are concerned, they are of the manner affected by the builders on the Rhine, notably in the Minster at Bonn, at Cologne, and again at Neuss in the neighbourhood of Cologne.
  • boon Could I refuse the only boon he asked At such a time, my portrait?
  • boone Boone went down the stairs, four steps at a time.
  • bore The fact is that great men at the tea-table for the most part are a bore.
  • bored He had an air of being horribly bored, as indeed he was; but Madelon's eye caught his, and he was obliged to smile in answer to her look of radiant pleasure.
  • borer I am troubled some with canker-worm, flathead borer, and codling-moth.
  • boring I recently observed a robin boring for grubs in a country dooryard.
  • born I never see such a change in a place since I was born.
  • boron Boron sulphide B2S3 can be obtained by the direct union of the two elements at a white heat or from the tri-iodide and sulphur at 440 deg. C., but is most conveniently prepared by heating a mixture of the trioxide and carbon in a stream of carbon bisulphide vapour.
  • brain His heart was softened-old rhymes rang in his ear-old memories passed through his brain.
  • bran In 1834 I met a settler from the township of Warwick, on the Caradoc Plains, returning from the grist mill at Westminster, with the flour and bran of thirteen bushels of wheat.
  • brawn "He's afeard to read it," said Abel Brawn to some five or six persons, who had collected around the steps during this conversation.
  • brazen And you-you have the brazen effrontery to ask me to plead for your father?
  • brent Brent dropped into a chair near the door and listened as the clatter inside increased.
  • brew He has lately concluded a very profitable bargain: he has sold the entire interior arrangements of the brew-house as old iron and copper to a Jew for the magnificent sum of fifteen hundred guilders.
  • brie ("Buy my cheese from Champagne, And my cheese from Brie!")
  • brine The brine is soon so rich in salt that tiny crystals begin to form.
  • bring "Just bring my lunch, will you?
  • briny So watery fowl, that seek their fishy food, With wings expanded o'er the foaming flood, Now sailing smooth the level surface sweep, Now dip their pinions in the briny deep; Thus o'er the word of waters Hermes flew, Till now the distant island rose in view: Then, swift ascending from the azure wave, he took the path that winded to the cave.
  • broaden It meant a widening of his horizon, association with clever men and women, ennobling friendships to broaden his life.
  • brogan In her novel The Mandarins (1954), Beauvoir wrote of Algren (who is 'Lewis Brogan in the book): At first I found it amusing meeting in the flesh that classic American species: self-made leftist writer.
  • broke He broke off with a little, puzzled laugh.
  • broken I heard a woman's laugh as he went through, suddenly broken off.
  • bronc Bronc riding, either bareback bronc or saddle bronc competition, is a rodeo event that involves a rodeo participant riding on a horse (sometimes called a bronc or bronco) that attempts to throw or buck off the rider.
  • brow Her brow, like her daughter's, was high.
  • brown His legs are dark brown.
  • browne He was in verse what Browne was in prose.
  • brownie "I'm not a Brownie," said Tommy.
  • bruin "Come, Bruin," said Siegfried.
  • bruno "Reckon it's all right, Bruno?
  • byron Of all English writers who partake the most of this spirit of conveying interest and strength to sentiments, subjects, and language, neither novel in themselves, nor adorned in their arrangement, I know none that equal Byron; it is indeed the chief beauty of that extraordinary poet.
  • creon CREON He fell; and now the god's command is plain: Punish his takers-off, whoe'er they be.
  • crone His mother, an ancient crone-like woman of withered, leathery face, and all her brood of grandchildren slept in two beds in the large, murky room which also accommodated dining table, cook stove and pantry accessories.
  • drone The tall man looked about him and then, since the drone of voices was again gathering volume he replied: "Oh, ye're right liable ter meet up with a driftin' lumberjack anywhar's at all."
  • krone
  • loren
  • o'brien
  • prone
  • roan
  • ron
  • wren
  • Been "It has never been impossible; it can never be so.
  • Borne It was borne in upon her that Roden himself was afraid of Von Holzen.
  • Brae See the kirk, in ablow the brae!
  • Brno It took place on the weekend of 20–22 August 2004 at the Masaryk Circuit located in Brno, Czech Republic.
  • Borden "You suggest, Mr. Borden, if I understand you rightly," he said, "that I am now too old and too unintelligent to afford Marcia the stimulating companionship which her gifts deserve?"
  • Bowen The crowd dispersed, and the sheriff, overtaking Bowen, brought his hand down affectionately on his shoulder.
  • Brian Brian alone did not take part in the conversation.
  • Goren
  • Barron Barron seated himself in the chair pointed out to him.
  • Bryon Ewart Bryon Butler (5 June 1934 – 26 April 2001) was an English writer and broadcaster, best known as the BBCs football correspondent from 1968 to 1991.
  • Freon
  • bores You ask us to come and walk with you, and then you tell us that we are bores!
  • BRO Bro. W. T. Grant,, changed to Bro. W. T. Grant,
  • Bremen He came from Bremen, I remember."
  • browns Between these columns the American tenant, who had once been called "the lily," and her niece, who was so like a Bonifazio, looked out upon the golden Venetian light-a light whose shadows are colors: mother-of-pearl, emerald, orange, amber, and all the changing gradations between them-thrown against and between the reds, browns, and fretted white marbles of the buildings rising from the water; that ever-moving water which mirrors it all-here a sparkling, glancing surface, there a mysterious darkness, both of them contrasting with the serene blue of the sky above, which is barred towards the riva by the long, lean, sharply defined lateen spars of the moored barks, and made even more deep in its hue over the harbor by the broad sails of the fishing-sloops outlined against it, as they come slowly up the channel, rich, unlighted sheets of tawny yellow and red, with a great cross vaguely defined upon them.
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52 words made from the letters broen

3 letter words made from broen:

ben, reb, eon, rob, ern, nob, neo, ore, roe, ron, one, ebn, nbe, orb, neb.

4 letter words made from broen:

born, bore, beno, reno, beor, nero, robe, bone, nebo, ebon, orbe, orne, bren, roen, boen, bern, noer, oben, bonr, boer, norb, rebo, ebro, beon.

5 letter words made from broen:

berno, orben, renob, ebron, beorn, beron, roben, breon, boner, nobre, breno, boren, broen.

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