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Correct spellings for BRIEDGES

  • bridge I say, isn't there a bridge anywhere?
  • bridges The bridges were burnt.
  • bridget On the following day he suggested that Bridget might be removed for the sum of one pound.
  • Bridged That one word had bridged it.
  • Brogues Stetson and brogues, as became a non-official, observed much outward deference towards the Chief Inspector in whose room he found himself.
  • Briggs In the confidence of their own room upstairs, Briggs said his head ached ready to split, and that he should wish himself dead if it wasn't for his mother and a blackbird he had at home.
  • abridges On the whole, my lord, if political society, in whatever form, has still made the many the property of the few; if it has introduced labors unnecessary, vices and diseases unknown, and pleasures incompatible with nature; if in all countries it abridges the lives of millions, and renders those of millions more utterly abject and miserable, shall we still worship so destructive an idol, and daily sacrifice to it our health, our liberty, and our peace?
  • budges Kinsman, the vicar of Tintagel, published, in 1866, a collection of Posthumous Gleanings from Budges study and from the essays which he had contributed to the Saturday Review.
  • brags "Then where, oh where," I said, "is this difference that Williamson brags about?"
  • badges Everywhere they had Guffeys and McGivneys to direct these activities, and they had "strong arm men," with guns on their hips and deputy sheriffs' and other badges inside their coats, giving them unlimited right to protect the country from traitors.
  • brigs If by the number of masts, it will fall unequally on individuals; because we often see ships of one hundred and eighty tons, and brigs of three hundred and sixty.
  • brigades All three Irish Divisions were now in the field, and reserve brigades were established to feed them.
  • ridges The father sat there stiffly gazing off to the far ridges , and his eyes were those of a man grief-stricken.
  • briers But Ned's side of the stream was overgrown with briers and he could not make his way through them.
  • dredges From appearances Christy judged that the water had been deepened by dredges , for a considerable quantity of sand and mud was disposed in heaps in the shallow water a hundred feet or more from the rude wharf.
  • fridges
  • dogpaddling
  • flouriest
  • fool-headed
  • unfooled

222 words made from the letters BRIEDGES

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