What is the correct spelling for BAROWED?

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Correct spellings for BAROWED

  • bared Joan gently forced him back into his chair; she untied his many neckcloths; she bared his broad, hairy chest; she brought him water to drink; and at length her tears and entreaties melted the stone-like rigour; his head fell forward, his eyes closed, his hand unclasped, and the letter fell to the floor.
  • barred The mind in her was barred .
  • bowed He bowed again and turned on his heel.
  • browned Mr. Radbury was tall and thin, and constant exposure to the sun had browned him considerably.
  • narrowed Beatrice's eyes widened and deepened; then, they narrowed so that she almost frowned.
  • Borrowed She just borrowed them.
  • Brewed The best skins were spread for his couch; and cooling drinks were brewed for him from roots, fruits, and berries, in the way he had already taught his companions to prepare them.
  • Browsed Tufts of fine elastic grass were occasionally to be found, on which the little black-faced sheep browsed; but either the scanty food, or their goat-like agility, kept them in a lean condition that did not promise much for the butcher, nor yet was their wool of a quality fine enough to make them profitable in that way to their owners.
  • Burrowed But many people were there, if such a temptation presented itself to Philip's mind; the sight of his fellow-townsmen, perhaps of his acquaintances, drove him up another entry-the town is burrowed with such-back into the High Street, which he straightway crossed into a well-known court, out of which rough steps led to the summit of the hill, and on to the fells and moors beyond.
  • Farrowed
  • Harrowed
  • Rowed
  • crowed His countrymen, he says, pretended that the cocks imported into Peru by the Spaniards, when they crowed , uttered the name of Atahuallpa; "and I and the other Indian boys," adds the historian, "when we were at school, used to mimic them."
  • trowed

158 words made from the letters BAROWED