Definition of Byrling

1. byrl [v] - See also: byrl



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Byrling

byplay
byplays
byproduct
byproducts
byr1 protein kinase
byre
byreman
byremen
byres
byrl
byrlady
byrlakin
byrlaw
byrlaws
byrled
byrling (current term)
byrls
byrnie
byrnies
byroad
byroads
byroom
byrooms
bys
bysen
byshop
bysitter
byspeech
byspel
byspell

Literary usage of Byrling

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1. The History of the United States of America by Richard Hildreth (1849)
"Thomas Olive and others were sent out as r commissioners to superintend the colony, and byrling- 1677. /ore, on the Delaware, was presently founded. ..."

2. Proceedings: Principally in the County of Kent, in Connection with the by Lambert Blackwell Larking, Edward Dering (1862)
"1641-2. William Petit, Esq. . . . de Boughton under the Blean. George Littleboy, Gent. . . de byrling. Ralph Loane, Gent. . . . de eadem. ..."

3. Essays on Subjects Connected with the Reformation in England by Samuel Roffey Maitland (1849)
"... would in all likelihood have led some readers to quite another part of the world. They would have been liable to suppose that byrling and ..."

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