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  • bad Some bad an' some good.
  • bard Methinks the west shall know me best And therefore hold my memory dearer, For by that lake a bard shall make My subtle, hidden meanings clearer.
  • bared I looked half-instinctively at his bared head.
  • bart When the task was finally accomplished Bart motioned for the boy to enter first, and after assuring himself by the flame of his lamp that the air was pure, he obeyed.
  • baud When start bit length is used to determine the baud rate, it requires that character should be odd since UART sends LSB bit first.
  • bawd I felt them, and would gladly have had them both, but I knew they had an infamous habit of chantage, that is of denouncing to their gang well-to-do men who were got within their meshes, and go where he would in Europe he was sure to be waited on and money screwed out of him by threatening to denounce his practices; so shaking my head and refusing to let the old bawd pull out my prick, which might then have become too unruly, I firmly told her she knew I only came there to see what the operation was like, and had no idea of having my own person handled by them.
  • beard He lay upon a small hospital bed, nothing of him visible save his haggard face, with its ill-grown beard.
  • bird The owner did not wish to sell the bird.
  • board I, however, went with Macaulay Carvel on board the Varna boat.
  • brad All were present, except for Brad Connel, who had asked to be excused.
  • byrd Mr. Mansell was not at the breakfast-table when Mr. Byrd came down.
  • rabat Rabat is a sea-port with European trade.
  • rabid An indignation meeting was improvised; the more rabid fire-eaters were hoisted on some handy box, or took possession of a passing cart, from which they addressed the rioters.
  • rad Uncle Rad is still fairly well now, though I do think he looks more feeble than usual.
  • raid And now the shock of being caught in the raid had speeded up what everybody had foreseen.
  • read 447. so it should be read.
  • rebate It was not until 1879, when the Hepburn Committee in New York State had its hearings, that all the facts concerning the rebate were exposed officially to public view.
  • regard Mrs. Pasmer had no illusions in regard to it.
  • reward Give me my reward soon, won't you, dear?"
  • rhubarb From them we collected much Tibetan information:-the former was an inveterate smoker, using a pale, mild tobacco, mixed largely with leaves of the small wild Tibetan Rhubarb, called "Chula."
  • ribald Yea, 'twas hard To keep the sacred courage in our hearts, When all was blind with that unchanging night, And foul with death, and on our ears the taunts And ribald curses of the soldiery Fell mingled with the prisoners' cries, a load Sharper to bear, more bitter than their blows.
  • road This is a better road."
  • robed The little white-robed form slid eagerly from the bed and fairly ran to the arms which were hungrily outstretched.
  • robert 155, 158, 159, 171 Catesby, Robert, v.
  • rub I wanted to rub mother 'fore she got sleepy."
  • rubato The rubato in the valses need not obtrude itself as in the mazurkas.
  • rubber Little Jack Rabbit opened his knapsack and pulled out his rubber boots.
  • rube "It was easier than it would have been by day, for when the sun's right overhead, it ain't a very straightforward matter to know how you are going; but there would be no difficulty then to scouts like Rube and me.
  • ruby It was the Nana Sahib's ruby, so-called.
  • Robbed "He did nothing of the kind-he never robbed anybody!
  • Rubbed Spencer smiled, and rubbed his hands softly together.
  • Rued "Ay, no one ever heard tell of no other," muttered the old man, proceeding to apply it with some grumbling about strangers, which Cheriton afterwards bitterly rued having turned a deaf ear to.
  • Hubbard A long story-and not as entertaining as Mother Hubbard.
  • Baird Mrs. Baird was, with her two little girls, in a corner on her knees.
  • Reba 31:8 And they slew the kings of Midian, beside the rest of them that were slain; namely, Evi, and Rekem, and Zur, and Hur, and Reba, five kings of Midian: Balaam also the son of Beor they slew with the sword.
  • rumbaed
  • Ribbed In the region of the Aar glacier, however, where my own investigations were made, all the tributaries entering into the larger glacier are ribbed across in this way, and most of them join the main trunk over uniform slopes, without the slightest cascade.

43 words made from the letters rubard

5 letter words made from rubard:

rubra, burda, abdur, burra, braud, durra, bardu, rudra, barud, dabur.

3 letter words made from rubard:

bad, bar, bra, bur, dub, arb, rub, dab, bud, urd, rad.

4 letter words made from rubard:

drau, bard, ruba, dura, drub, daub, raub, raud, brad, udba, drua, burr, brrd, duba, ruad, bura, rard, rabu, daur, baur, baud, drab.

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