What is the correct spelling for BREATCH?

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Correct spellings for BREATCH

  • batch I returned home to Fakenham in the morning, where I found another large batch of telegrams waiting. To the DJ scratch, you met yo match 'Cause we're comin' out fresh with a brand new batch, – Step Off Megamix by Grandmaster Flash
  • beach I had hoped to join you on the beach in a few days, and to spend August with you and my cousin. Fixing her eyes upon the beach, As though unconscious of his speech, – Three Voices, The by Lewis Carroll
  • bleach The desert is wide and there is room and to spare to starve in it, and for your bones to bleach there.
  • branch Another branch of the Digbies rose as the Buckinghamshire family fell. Big bad wolf came over to my ranch Took all my land, left me with a branch – Big Branch by m.i.a.
  • brash A little son, cast in your own gentle image- What madness, this clumsy brash talk!
  • breach His sending you a letter at all, when he is yet to us almost an entire stranger, I cannot but regard as a breach of the hospitalities extended to him."
  • breath "I feel now 's 'o' I could dror m' breath once more. "Wrap her own sons for her blaspheming breath, "Apollo! wrap them in the shades of death." – Niobe In Distress For Her Children Slain By Apollo, From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book VI. And From A View Of The Painting Of Mr. Richard Wilson by Phillis Wheatly
  • breathe They're a-pumping the water from all round him, so as to give the poor chap room to breathe.
  • breech So utterly were my senses gone, and naught but strength remaining, that I caught up the cannon with both hands, and dashed it, breech-first, at the doorway.
  • broach We may broach to."
  • brooch I'm going to fasten it with this little brooch.
  • preach But of the knowledge of Christ, of faith, of the consolation of consciences they are unable to preach anything, moreover, this blessed doctrine, the precious holy Gospel, they call Lutheran."
  • reach No other means were within my reach, and therefore I thought of none.
  • retch
  • wretch
  • breathy