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Correct spelling: bless

Definition of bless:

  1. To invoke a blessing upon; to wish happiness to; to make happy or prosperous; to consecrate or pronounce holy; to praise; to esteem or count happy.

Common misspellings for bless:

boulic, baalk, blaze, babbls, bulic, bess.


Google Ngram Viewer results for bless:

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

Quotes for bless:

  1. God bless McNally, it's got some fantastic stuff in it, but it's no easy task to make a movie out of.
  2. I suppose I have had more advantages and privileges than most of you, who are slaves have ever known, and I believe more than many white people have enjoyed, for which I desire to bless God, and pray that he may bless those who have given them to me.
  3. Lord, Bless our enemies; have mercy upon them, may they turn their course and let us alone, and let us live in peace at our homes in our own native land.
  4. God bless the roots! Body and soul are one.
  5. But I'll tell you this, it started with my mother. I have to give her. God bless her and rest her soul. I had a good foundation at home, so when I was able to go off and do these things in baseball there was always support.

Rhymes for bless:

  1. kess, gess, s, ess, less, wes, fests, mess, stress, bess, ches, guests, fess, dress, abs, ness, ress, nes, hesse, vess, hess, chess, press, esse, les, yes, guess, cress, pless, crests, jess, es, tess, tress, gless, ques;
  2. fluoresce, contests, confess, fs, protests, requests, ellesse, caress, suggests, suppress, ls, finesse, obsess, largesse, oppress, egress, invests, unless, attests, divests, express, transgress, redress, repress, infests, excess, recess, compress, impress, ts, vs, undress, distress, depress, assess, possess, success, retests, digress, progress, profess, noblesse, aggress, etess, digests, regress, address, molests;
  3. ers, las, oas, uys, uss, ccs, dispossess, repossess, cus, pos, coalesce, acquiesce, lcs, cps, nonetheless, ins, reinvests, dss, convalesce, reassess;
  4. ws, nevertheless, abts, stds, hces, cmos, adss, tcas;