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Correct spellings for BRAIK

  • back Would she call back?
  • bark Saba started up and began to bark, while Stas said: "There you have it!
  • barrack Nor could there be any doubt that his Barrack-room Ballads were the most popular of his works.
  • batik They are all here as is batik, geisha, sarong, teak and gingham.
  • beak Is there blood on your beak!
  • bra Hearing the sounds of her dressing behind me, I wanted to lunge around and rush her, taking a chance that she might be too busy pulling on a girdle or reaching back to fasten a bra to have the gun in her hand.
  • brag I do not boast or brag, but it is common knowledge that my father was the richest man in the city, in this entire part of the country, in fact.
  • bragg "Look here, Bragg," he said, turning to Marion's friend, in a voice which was distinctly audible to Mrs. Bunker.
  • braid Perhaps she measures her winding-sheet, or thinks of her wedding dress of long ago with its gold braid, and from her old eyes there drops a tear, and she whispers, smiling, into the night: "After all, what does a Jewess need?"
  • brain His brain was on fire.
  • brake They gave the alarm; our men brake down as fast as they could into the wood.
  • bray Sir Matthew Bray, my carriage.
  • break 1071. You did not try to break it in any way?
  • brick Outside, in the street, a brick suddenly fell among the collegians.
  • brie The second time I went into Brie, it was with the General himself, and in his own carriage.
  • brig "You must go in the boat, Finnahan, and make sure that we watch the right brig.
  • brink Nautauquas stood still suddenly, so suddenly that Pocahontas behind him could not stop quickly enough and fell against him and almost down into a ravine that lay beneath, but Nautauquas caught her on the very brink.
  • brisk He was brisk, and of a lively, ready wit, so that whatever he could not perform by strength he completed by wit and policy.
  • broke He broke off, and looked across the fo'cas'le.
  • brook Old Granny Fox just ran through the house, out the back door, through the hollow tree, and then jumped into a little brook where there was hardly more than enough water to wet her feet.
  • rack He came in and placed his hat upon the hall rack, but the old coloured woman made no move to do his bidding.
  • Brae "The brae is a little trying, sir," said I. "Speaking as a physician, I should say that you would do well to rest here before you go further."
  • Brock Then followed the ignominious surrender of General Hull and his army to Brock, and the consequent occupation of Detroit and the present state of Michigan by the British troops.
  • Barack The same year, Baldwin threatened to move to Canada if Barack Obama was elected, and challenged the candidate to box for charity.
  • Brian Anne comes to Brian.

34 words made from the letters BRAIK

  • 3 letter words made from BRAIK:

    air, arb, ark, bai, bar, bra, ira, irk, rbi, rib.
  • 4 letter words made from BRAIK:

    arki, baik, baki, bari, bark, brak, ikar, irak, kiar, krai, raik, riak.
  • 5 letter words made from BRAIK:

    bakir, bakri, barik, barki, bikar, birka, kabir, karbi, karib, kibar, kibra, krabi.