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  • bale I was still under the belief that it was a bale of linen that lay on the top, and this quite hindered me from thinking of going upward.
  • barrel It were a mouth that caught him, set in a head like a water barrel, with a neck behind thick as a blue-gum tree, blue along the top and white below.
  • beryl At such times she always thought of Beryl, and tried to imagine what she would do and say.
  • bile 58. So many are the rivers of note with which the Scythians are provided: and for cattle the grass which comes up in the land of Scythia is the most productive of bile of any grass which we know; and that this is so you may judge when you open the bodies of the cattle.
  • bola Whilst chatting together he related how, many years ago, this place had been the scene of a great battle between the Tehuelches and Manzaneros, in which he, though only a boy, was struck down by a bola perdida and wounded with a lance whilst on the ground; the battle resulting in a victory to the Tehuelches.
  • bole In the strength of his need this man, who had been spending the precious time of many a hardly-won audience in dwelling on obscure poesies in books held sacred, now seemed to step forth into a sudden illumination of truth just as he stepped from the shadow of the poplar bole into the light of the fire.
  • boll 13,884. I see that on September 9th, 1870, you were charged quarter boll best oatmeal, 5s.
  • boole Though Boole published little except his mathematical and logical works, his acquaintance with general literature was wide and deep.
  • bore On one occasion the groom had, as usual, taken out the horse for exercise, followed by the greyhound, when a savage dog attacked the latter and bore him to the ground.
  • boyle J. R. Boyle, F.S.A., in a carefully prepared paper on this theme, "fled to a church, no one should drag him thence within the space of seven days, if he could live so long without food, and had not attempted to force his way out.
  • braille Somehow, in the intervals of this day, which you will see to have been reasonably full, she had worked out all the details with what device in Braille Philippe could take down his orders, what kind of a typewriter he could carry about him to copy them, how he could be met at the station by such a volunteer to settle him in his hotel, and at the other station by another-our Directrice had a network of acquaintances all over France.
  • brawl The pro-slavery feeling was running ever higher and higher throughout the South; and his stand on this question aroused the most furious anger among a constantly increasing number of his constituents, and made him the target for bitter and savage assaults on the part of his foes, the spirit of hostility against him being carried to such length as finally almost to involve him in an open brawl on the floor of the Senate with one of his colleagues, Foote, who, like his fellow fire-eaters, found that Benton was not a man who could be bullied.
  • brawler "You silenced the French brawler with it at Namur.
  • bridle In crossing a deep, bushy kloof by a bridle-path I reached an open space.
  • brie The other side made answer that our ancestors were much safer in urns than at Pere-Lachaise, for before very long the city of Paris would be compelled to order a Saint-Bartholomew against its dead, who were invading the neighboring country, and threatening to invade the territory of Brie.
  • brill "She has a great net like a big night-cap stretched over on a spar, which we call a trawl-beam, and this is lowered down, and as the boat sails it is dragged along the bottom, and catches soles, and turbot, and plaice and sometimes john-dory, and gurnet, and brill.
  • broil Called up at daybreak each morning, he would take his way through deep lanes overarched with oaks to "fields remote from home" to redistribute his dead birds, then to fetch the cows, and here we have an example of his close naturalist-like observation in his account of the leading cow, the one who coming and going on all occasions is allowed precedence, who maintains her station, "won by many a broil," with just pride.
  • broiled Totty soon produced a roasted "peacock," or rather a hastily-broiled bustard.
  • broiler Decorate the top quickly, and dust it thickly with powdered sugar; stand it under the gas burners in a gas broiler or on the grate in a hot coal or wood oven until it is lightly browned, and send it quickly to the table.
  • broke To seal her supremacy, a wave leaping in the gorge broke to him the unnoted advance of the tide.
  • brolly “Hang it, man, I shoved her the full length of my arm and Beetle’s brolly.
  • brow The Commandant lifted a hand to his brow as Mr. Fossell, whose turn it was, took up the cards and began to deal methodically, without a trace of discomposure.
  • prole Other Bushell musical projects have included the bands Prole, Orgasm Guerrillas and Lord Waistrel & the Cosh Boys.
  • rile 2. I want a page, matarile, rile, rile.
  • role Mrs. Pontellier was glad he had not assumed a similar role toward herself.
  • roll Roll right this way and run your pockets over!"
  • rule "He's a very light sleeper as a rule," replied Allerdyke.
  • Brae At Perth he made inquiries, we are told, "as to the whereabouts of the burn-brae on which be the graves of Bessy Bell and Mary Gray."
  • Berle This is an instrument by which Engelbert, Count of the Mark, frees one Gervin of Kinkenrode from the feudal obligations for his inheritance of Broke, which was in the county of Mark; and it is declared to have been executed at a place named Berle, the court being presided over by Bernhard of Henedorp, and the Fehmenotes being present.
  • broils The consuls, therefore, singled out such citizens to supply the desolation at Velitrae, and gave notice to others, that they should be ready to march against the Volscians, with the politic design of preventing intestine broils by employment abroad, and in the hope, that when rich as well as poor, plebeians and patricians, should be mingled again in the same army and the same camp, and engage in one common service for the public, it would mutually dispose them to reconciliation and friendship.
  • BRO He and Bro being with poor Papa, we are far more comfortable about him than we should otherwise be-and perhaps our going was his sharpest pang.
  • BIOL Colorado Stud., Ser. Biol., 6:vi + 98 pp., November.

36 words made from the letters brole

3 letter words made from brole:

leo, bel, roe, rob, ore, orb, reb, lob, ler.

4 letter words made from brole:

boel, belo, bole, beor, obel, bore, boer, eorl, lebo, role, lore, lero, lobe, robe, ebro, rebo, orbe, loeb.

5 letter words made from brole:

berol, berlo, roble, robel, lebor, erbol, lober, borle, boler.

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