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Correct spelling: beef

Definition of beef:

  1. Consisting of the flesh of the ox, & c.
  2. The flesh of an ox, bull, or cow, when killed.

Common misspellings for beef:

beeze, bbefore, breif, biefly, beafore, befro, bekey, breief, befe, balef, beive, bfoee, daef, bbeen, beleaf, belevue, beeh, belf, beely, beeive, belahf, neef, bevey, beene, abouf, bveen, beofre, beleief, beivie, beharf, behafe, biview, baove, befoer, befroe, berify, beieve, belieif, brefe, beofr, befreo, bitof, bever, beez, befofe, befeore, beave, bezy, beofor, beleav, befaor, beiefly, beif, beleve, beafor, soef, behi, deef, breef, beed, byfar, beof, befo, seeif, cefe, beilef, brefie, benifi, beewn, nefew, befuor, beived, beofe, beofer, beilf, befre, bufer, beefore, baseof, behve, beforw, boeer, buffa, bewfore, berfor, beleife, meof, beeep, boefore, breff, butif, bnever, beliief, beaf, befour, beeer, beff, beafy, belif, beeo.

What does the abbreviation beef mean?

BEEF abbreviation definitions:
–  Big Edible Enjoyable Feast
–  Base Emergency Engineer Force

Google Ngram Viewer results for beef:

This graph shows how "beef" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for beef:

  1. I eat a variety of foods like vegetables, fruit and beef for protein and iron.
  2. Our cattlemen have given us the safest, most abundant, most affordable beef supply in the world and I trust their judgment. And if you look at consumer confidence in this country, so does the American public.
  3. John Henry Newman was as English as roast beef, even if he lacked a passion for cricket.
  4. If we gave up eating beef we would have roughly 20 to 30 times more land for food than we have now.
  5. It was dog food. Beef livers with onions in a can. You open it up and it looks like vomit.

Rhymes for beef:

  1. neef, reef, leif, leaf, brief, chief, sheaf, grief, keefe, thief, seif, reif, rief, fief, naef, lief, keeffe;
  2. debrief, motif, belief, o'keeffe, matif, massif, saif, o'keefe, relief, sharif;
  3. disbelief;