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  • bard Like the royal bard , I knew that I should to him, but he could not return to me, and I knew not whether an hour would pass before my summons might arrive.
  • bared Then her extremely pretty eyes, and-Gordon's father mechanically bared his head, and Hazel could have laughed with joy as she beheld this strong, handsome edition of the Gordon she knew.
  • berried A steep and difficult descent brought us to the plains again, and after a pleasant drive through forests of pine and cedar interspersed with mountain ash and a pretty red-berried shrub of which I ignore the name, we arrived, almost sorry that the short land trip was over, at Kirensk.
  • bid 4680. And at these sales is there perfect liberty to any person to bid ?
  • bird Look, there's a bird for you!
  • bored "She would have been bored , and he would have been disappointed and restless.
  • brad Another bumper, honest Brad ,-a bumper to the girls!
  • brady Yes, sir, if you please, sir, will you be tellin' Mrs. General Brady that I'm here, sir?
  • braid She sought him east, she sought him west, She sought him braid and narrow; Syne, in the cleaving of a craig She found him drown'd in Yarrow.
  • bread 3440. But the money you got from them would help you to buy meal and bread , and what you wanted to live upon?
  • breed "I know the breed ," said he, "I'll bet he didn't thank you."
  • bride MacQueen and his bride passed out into the night.
  • brie I spent the month of August in wandering about, for I was in Dieppe, in Paris, in Saint-Gratien, in Brie , and in Beauce, hunting for a certain country that I had in mind, and I think that I have found it at last in the neighborhood of Houdan.
  • brit Brit would not sell his ranch.
  • britt Mr. Britt knew that men were cutting hoop poles and timber for shooks; Egypt earned ready money with which to pay interest, getting out shooks and hoop poles.
  • broad "The thing is as broad as it's long, man," Lionel said, impatiently.
  • brood But it was the law that they should take the brood and run to safety.
  • bruin So he told Bruin that he had to go to another christening; and off he went.
  • bruit The bruit revived, which had broken out a year before - that the house was haunted.
  • brut Layamon in "Brut" and Wace in "Le Roman de Brut " are more specific in their accounts of this remarkable piece of furniture.
  • brute Mary, I'm a brute !
  • bud There were no trees to bud and burst into leaf, no flowers to bloom and fade; biting winds gave way to fiery heat, the sun beat down on the plain, and the sky was cloudless, cloudless-even the nights were so hot that the monks in their cells gasped for breath.
  • build 5320. Did you build your house there?
  • buried I cannot remember now, whether it was on the day we buried Williams that we first saw it, or the day after.
  • burr But what struck Nan was the clever fashion in which this woman was imitating the Newcastle burr .
  • burred So he presumed that if he waited long enough, he might even get used to horses which had their tails cut off to stumps, and their manes to rows of bristles, and which had been taught to lift their feet in strange and eccentric ways, and were driven with burred bits in their mouths to torture them and make them step lively.
  • burrito A long and thin fried burrito called a chivichanga, which is similar to a chimichanga, is prepared in the state of Sonora and vicinity.
  • burt Underneath the street noises, I seem to hear cries, and in the air I half see a constant flashing of swords and scars and blood, and I can't even put my foot on the Roman pavement without wondering which dead Caesar my saucy Burt boot No. 2 is walking over.
  • bury And yet it all went somehow or other, and there was not enough left when he died to bury him, and his poor heart-broken, crazy wife was left without house or home, and went away wandering through the country no one knew where.
  • byrd And with a bow of more kindness than Mr. Byrd had reason to look for, he went slowly back to his former place near the door that hid the suffering woman from sight.
  • druid "This Druid talked with the wife of Lir for a long time alone.
  • lurid The lurid colour, the long, irregular, convulsive sound, the ghastly shapes of flaming and heaving cloud, are all true and faithful in their appeal to our instinct of danger.
  • rid He got rid of the clothes and hat all right.
  • Bred Why not ride straight-ride as he could, as he did, as it had been bred in him to?
  • Baird He puts dye-stuff on his baird.

19 words made from the letters BURID

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