What is the correct spelling for LIBUARY?

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Correct spellings for LIBUARY

  • bare Heavy footfalls rang on the bare floor of the hall; an outer door was slammed. He found two waifs in an attic bare; -- A single crust was their meagre fare -- – The Shadow Of The Cross by John McCrae
  • bilberry It was but a shallow New England brook, this river, meandering through cranberry bogs, with alders and bilberry bushes on either side.
  • blare It was likewise unillumined, but the door leading into the front hall stood ajar, and through that opening there poured a stream of radiance, together with the incessant hum of many voices in animated conversation, the deep blare of the band, with the ceaseless movement of dancing feet.
  • bleary Such hours of pain as I spent last night on this wretched sagging bed-I who was so happy only yesterday-with nothing to look at save a little lamp with a flame like a bleary red eye. Truth to tell, it was the eye that looked at me. It stared till I became hypnotized, when by the blessing of God, I fell asleep.
  • blurry Blurry" is Puddle of Mudds most successful song, reaching the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts for ten and nine weeks, respectively.
  • bray Bray went clean crazy!
  • burr We had not long to wait before Burr major came back to us.
  • bury Where will you bury me?"
  • labour How vain is all my labour!
  • leary
  • libber
  • libby
  • liberal
  • liberally
  • liberate
  • liberia
  • liberty
  • libra
  • library
  • libya
  • lira Wat-el-Mek had now penetrated beyond Lira, and had reached the country of Langgo, which was exceedingly interesting.
  • livery
  • lobar
  • lure
  • rebury
  • Barry In war, the effect is most telling, and, even so far back as 1812, the part played by "saucy Jack" Barry, for instance, already gave rise to very grave considerations and forebodings on the part of British statesmen.
  • Larry "You refused my plan with Larry....
  • Laura There's Miss Laura Craske.
  • Lib
  • Liberace
  • Lara Juan de Lara e Irigoyen-Native of Navarra, lieutenant-general, and ex-minister of war; assumes office, April 25, 1865; Antonio Canovas del Castillo appointed minister of the colonies, July 3, 1865; erection of bishopric of Jaro, by bull of Pius IX, 1865; establishment of Jesuit institution Ateneo Municipal at Manila, 1865; recalled for corruption of government; term as governor, April 25, 1865-July 13, 1866.
  • Barr From the East, you looked upon the square Al-Barr, the town walls and houses beyond it, the Egyptian gate, the lofty minarets of the Harim, and the distant outlines of Jabal Ohod.
  • Lauri
  • unconfining

155 words made from the letters LIBUARY