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Correct spelling for TBREAK
We think the word tbreak is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for tbreak
- Brake(Definition of brake)
- Break(Definition of break)
- Breaker(Definition of breaker)
- Outbreak(Definition of outbreak)
- Track(Definition of track)
- Brag(Definition of brag)
- Tiebreaker(Definition of tiebreaker)
- Daybreak(Definition of daybreak)
- Trek(Definition of trek)
Eluding then my parents i made way to delphi, where, as touching my desire, phoebus denied me; but brake forth instead with other oracles of misery and horrible misfortune, how that i must know my mother's shame, and cause to appear a birth intolerable in human view, and do to death the author of my life.
Look out he doesn't break your heart.
There came the seed of fire, this woman's seed; came-o, a goddess great walked with him then- this alexander, breaker-down-of-men, this paris, strength-is-with-him; whom thou, whom- o false and light of heart-thou in thy room didst leave, and spreadest sail for cretan seas, far, far from me!
Were you there at the outbreak of war?
The news sent his thoughts running along an entirely new track.
A wind-bag his wife wi' the brag!
For its first nine seasons, 1960 through 1968, the american football league determined its champion via a single playoff game between the winners of its two divisions (although ties in the standings in 1963 (eastern) and 1968 (western) necessitated a tiebreaker divisional playoff game the week before).
A grocer doesn't report one loaf of bread missing from the package left in front of his store before daybreak.
Believe me, then, i am not bad, though in my youth i had to trek, because i happened to have had some difficulties with a cheque.