What is the correct spelling for BRICKE?

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Correct spellings for BRICKE

  • bicker Like them, you bicker less for truth than forms.
  • bike Above these were masses which, bike the carboniferous strata of Earth, recalled the previous existence of a richer but less highly organised form of vegetation than at present exists anywhere upon the surface.
  • bracken Old Robert, whose head was just visible above the bracken , was thereupon called to pack up the remains of the simple feast, and then they set forth again-skirting, but not troubling the Geinig Pool, for the sun was too strong.
  • bracket A Dutch clock was on a bracket at one side of the window, and a stuffed bird-a grouse, I believe-occupied another.
  • brake How terrible it would be if the brake started and he didn't ask her!
  • brick Yes, my dear, like a brick .
  • bridge As she ran, she began to work back toward the long bridge .
  • brie Of the above divisions, only that of the Isle of France with La Brie was originally held by the Crown.
  • brig When we were there I heard some curious stories about that polacca-brig; and all I can say is, that if I had been aboard a merchantman and sighted her, I shouldn't have been comfortable till we got clear of her again.
  • brink Then a little further you will find a well, sit down on the brink of it, and there will come up three golden heads which will speak; and what they require, that do.
  • brisk And oh, how delightful was the pleasant sunny street, the familiar houses, the brisk wind blowing, the alert cheerful looking men and women that greeted each other in passing with lively words, and bright smiles!
  • broke "Ah, but it's different-" She broke off.
  • broker You have a broker , Fanny?
  • brooke "Late last night, I had a telephone message from my club that my best friend, Gordon Brooke , had been taken suddenly ill with a serious attack of heart-trouble, and wanted me.
  • rick He bought all the corn and hay which the neighboring farms could spare to sell, so that what others had grown and cut for miles round was carted straight into his rick -yard.
  • rickey Old Pierre and John Rickey laboured and talked with them long and faithfully, to gain their consent, and I am sure that they started off with as many misgivings about getting safely through as we did who had to trust our lives to their skill, confidence and obedience.
  • Bricked Do you have any idea why those back windows were bricked over?
  • Brock I fell in with Lady Brock on the steamer, and she came in handy.
  • Barack President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a joint statement indefinitely banning drilling in the Arctic, which will be reviewed every five years based on a climate and marine science life cycle assessment.
  • Brice Do you, Mr. Brice ?
  • Ricky Kenniston asked him earnestly, "Holk, would John Dark really shoot Ricky if I didn't deliver the equipment?
  • Rickie Run-Around" (Blues Traveler song), a 1995 song by Blues Traveler from their album Four "Runaround," a 1984 song by Rickie Lee Jones "Runaround," a 1960 song by The Fleetwoods "Run Around" a 1966 song by Jefferson Airplane from their album Jefferson Airplane Takes Off
  • BUICK There was the Pierce-Arrow, the Packard, the Buick , and all the rest of the mechanical buzz-wagons.
  • BRICKS Colonel Bones fires, and his ball goes clear through Jericho's bosom, knocking off a button in its passage, and striking itself flat against a pile of bricks.
  • brisker He was lean but already looked brisker and turned his small eyes almost joyfully on Nell.

48 words made from the letters BRICKE