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  • baron I could not help smiling inwardly when looking at her, as I remembered Baron Denon's amusing story of the mistake she once made.
  • barony This should bring you a barony,-Sir John, my lord added, half graciously, half satirically; for the honest truth of this man's nature vexed him.
  • blown But I'm pretty well blown after it.
  • bonn He went to Frankfort, then to Bonn, where he was for some weeks.
  • boring I was-boring myself, Mr. Siward."
  • boron Dear, let me tell you, safe beside you now, Your hand in mine, here from this peak of sand, Under this pine tree, where the wild grapes spill Their fragrance on the lake breeze, from that oak Half buried in the sand, devoured by sand- The water of the lake is just as blue As the sea is there at Nice, the caps as white As foam around Mont Boron, Cap Ferrat.
  • brain I came back with an empty brain-in the dark."
  • bran She did look wicked, there's no mistake-able and willing to do wickedly; but I am sure she never meant to hurt Bran.
  • brawn Our wealth, our brains, our brawn shall be poured into your country as freely as water, to aid you in bringing the German tyrant to his knees, and, as our great President has said: 'To make the world safe for democracy.
  • brawny Soon a fluttering blaze threw a circle of light, which shone on the agitated face of Rude and Adams, and the cold, iron-set visage of their brawny leader.
  • brine By its strong affinity, it, in the first place, extracts the juices from the substance of meat in sufficient quantity to form a saturated solution with the water contained in the juice, and the meat then absorbs the saturated brine in place of the juice extracted by the salt.
  • bring You must go to London and bring her yourself."
  • briny If any stranger from the briny deep was hauled aboard a fishing smack and brought to our city, Mr. Tescheron was the expert who told the newspapers all about it.
  • brogan Bernard Brogan (senior), an Irish footballer Bernard Brogan (junior), an Irish footballer Bill Brogan, Australian rugby league footballer Colm Brogan, a Scottish journalist and political pamphleteer Denis William Brogan (1900-1974), Scottish historian Frank Brogan, an American politician James Brogan (footballer born 1865), a Scottish footballer James Brogan (footballer born 1890), a Scottish footballer Jim Brogan (basketball), an American basketball player Jim Brogan (footballer), a Scottish footballer Jim Brogan (Gaelic footballer), an Irish gaelic footballer John Brogan (footballer born 1958), a Scottish footballer Joseph Brogan, American politician, Missouri senator Mervyn Brogan, an Australian army officer Michelle Brogan, an Australian basketball player Mike Brogan, an authors pseudonym Stephen Brogan, an English footballer William Brogan, Australian rugby player
  • broken Yes, I get one other word-broken.
  • bronc The two remaining brothels are located in " Bronc Alley" red-light district in High Street.
  • brow He stopped suddenly, his brow darkened.
  • brown Let it go at John Brown.
  • browne Presented this day by Mr. Browne with a book of drawing by him, lately printed, which cost me 20s.
  • browned They looked pale and sickly and harassed to Johnny, to whom desert-browned faces were a standard by which he measured all others.
  • brownie "But I couldn't do work like a Brownie," said Tommy.
  • browning Miss Landor must, I suppose, have accompanied Browning through the garden to the gate of the villa, and there spoke her final words.
  • bruin One evening a Mr. Bruin called at our house and stood erect at our north window.
  • bruno Still, it's what uncle Phaeton would advise, and we can't well do less than follow his will, Bruno.
  • byron Long narrative poems by Goethe, Byron, Lamartine, and Wordsworth.
  • crown If we are to find the crown jewels, my friend, we will first have to find Prince Ugo.
  • drown He cried out to the waves of the sea of blood, which were to drown the unrighteous.
  • frown
  • grown
  • Brownian 1↑ Steven Lalley, Mathematical Finance 345 Lecture 5: Brownian Motion (2001)↑ Shreve, Steven E (2008).
  • Brno Trams (often called Šaliny by the locals ) have a long tradition in Brno; they first appeared on the streets in 1869; this was the first operation of horse-drawn trams in the current Czech Republic.
  • Bowen "I'm glad of that," said Bowen.
  • Brian He found Brian leaning over the parapet at the end of the pier, looking at the glittering waters beneath, which kept rising and falling in a dreamy rhythm, that soothed and charmed the ear.
  • Brianna Amber Brianna Lawrence-Bullock (born April 11, 1986) is an American urban contemporary gospel artist and musician.
  • brows Her brows twitched a little.
  • browns Then the greens, and the blues, and the browns begin to bud out again, and by October he is once more a gorgeous drake.
  • dummiest

25 words made from the letters brownn

4 letter words made from brownn:

nwbn, brow, bonn, norb, bown, nown, bonr, worn, born, norn.

3 letter words made from brownn:

bwr, row, wbn, rob, bow, nbw, won, orb, nnw, ron, now, nob, own.

5 letter words made from brownn:

brown, bronn.

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