Correct spelling for BYFAR

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Possible correct spellings for byfar

  • afar But she knew him at once and said: "Lancelot, I have come from afar in search of you.
  • ba It is said that the nuns teach reading in six weeks by the buki-az-ba system.
  • baa Suddenly Baa-haabaa let out a yell of warning and pointed seaward.
  • bar Raymond went out through the cowyard; and Rosamund returned to the bar, where she served out fresh milk and thought about the half-guinea that was hidden in her bosom.
  • barb She's quite European in her way, isn't she, Barb?
  • bard Our mortal Bard says of Cleopatra: Custom cannot stale Her infinite variety.
  • bare But it has a bare look yet.
  • bark The iron-bark and pine are unknown here.
  • barn Reckon there's some in the barn.
  • bars Yonder lies rope, that window has bars, very soon we can be beyond the sun and the cruelty of Teules, or sound asleep.
  • bart Now she understood it; it was that boy Bart.
  • bay Across the bay is the pretty town of Ilwaco.
  • bear I did not feel that I could bear to leave without a word to her.
  • beaver In the meantime the English crew robbed the convent of the Jesuits, but they did not find the beaver skins, as they expected.
  • beef Observation again in England and France leads me to believe that man power-beef, not gold-will win.
  • biff The thread broke again when Biff tried it, which got a good laugh that made his collar a little warm.
  • blear "One day, however, their eyes will begin to wink; the next morning, upon awaking, their eyelids will be found closed, and then they will turn red and blear.
  • boa There was no time to change her dress, but she took out a feather boa which she kept for great occasions, and prepared to descend with dignity.
  • boar Horses are particularly alarmed at them, and in the history of boar-hunts, we constantly read of the sportsmen being forced to alight from their steeds to take a steady aim.
  • br 159th D. Br.
  • bra Aegean Airlines Air Canada Air India Air Malta airBaltic All Nippon Airways Austrian Airlines BRA Braathens Regional Airlines Cathay Pacific Croatia Airlines EgyptAir Etihad Airways Eurowings Flybmi Hainan Airlines Lufthansa Nordica Royal Air Maroc RwandAir Singapore Airlines Swiss International Air Lines TAAG Angola Airlines TAP Air Portugal TAROM Thai Airways Ukraine International Airlines (Ends 16 October 2018) United Airlines
  • buff She's got on a buff silk dress that Mo'sieu' Roussillon's mother had in France."
  • buffer At one time when it was suggested to the aged monarch that Germany and Austria-Hungary could establish a great kingdom of Poland as a buffer nation, if he would only give up Galicia as one of the states of this kingdom, he replied in his childish fashion: "What, those Prussians want to take another pearl out of my crown?"
  • bur He assured me, that upon this diet chiefly, and by abstaining from salted meats, his scorbutic sick had quite recovered on board; and not in that voyage only, bur, by the same means, in his subsequent cruizes during the war, without his being obliged to send one of them on shore because they could not get well at sea. Yet oat-meal unfermented, like barley unmalted, hath no sensible effect in curing the scurvy: as if the fixed air, which is incorporated with these grains, could mix with the chyle which they produce, enter the lacteals, and make part of the nourishment of the body, without manifesting any elastic or antiseptic quality, when not loosened by a previous fermentation.
  • by By the way, can it be me?
  • bylaw Most, if not all, major municipalities in British Columbia employ bylaw officers for the enforcement of civic laws.
  • byway I felt that I turned pale and red by turns, as I walked out into the road, wondering what it would be best to do, when, to my great delight I saw that there was a side lane off to the left, just a little way through the village, and hurrying on, I found that it was quite a byway off the main road.
  • fa
  • fab
  • fair
  • far
  • fear
  • fir
  • fur
  • Bah Ah bah, these English!
  • Buffy Most typically the marks between rows three to six are some shade of red while the smaller marks between rows six to nine are pale-yellowish, greenish, or buffy.
  • Byre The dung of the byre, again, is cleared several times each day, and deposited in the dung-court.
  • Fay
  • Fer
  • FAA
  • Barr As the young reporter hastened from the wharf, taking good care-as he thought-not to let old Barr and his two accomplices see him, he almost collided with a seafaring man who was hurrying down the wharf to board a Boston steamer that was about to pull out.
  • BF A suit was filed by Zahidullah Khan, a resident of DHA, who filed a case against DHA, Creek developers, BF Property and Construction and the AKD Capital.
  • BIA Bia. I will not do it! Athens may singly conquer!
  • boffo Francesco Carlo Boffo (Cyrillic: Франц Карлович Боффо; Orosei, 8 September 1796 - Cherson, 10 November 1867) was a Swiss-Italian-born Neoclassical architect who designed more than 30 buildings in Odessa between 1818 and 1861, including the famous Potemkin Stairs.
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28 words made from the letters byfar

3 letter words made from byfar:

arb, fab, ray, raf, fry, ayr, rya, bay, bra, aby, bar, far.

4 letter words made from byfar:

barf, fary, raby, fyrb, fyra, bayr, ryba, brya, faby, arby, bray, fray.

5 letter words made from byfar:

farby, byfar, barfy, fabry.

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