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How To Spell Bowes?

Correct spelling: Bowes

List of misspellings for Bowes:

  • b0wes,
  • Boweq,
  • bow4es,
  • bowdes,
  • bo wes,
  • bopwes,
  • bbowes,
  • bow3es,
  • gbowes,
  • bhowes,
  • bow2es,
  • b0owes,
  • bowe s,
  • bo0wes,
  • b9owes,
  • boawes,
  • bgowes,
  • bo3wes,
  • bowwes,
  • hbowes,
  • bkowes,
  • Bo7es,
  • biowes,
  • boqwes,
  • bo9wes,
  • b9wes,
  • bow es,
  • boowes,
  • b owes,
  • bo2wes,
  • bowqes,
  • vbowes,
  • bow4s,
  • bvowes,
  • boewes,
  • bpowes,
  • bokwes,
  • boqes.

Google Ngram Viewer results for Bowes:

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

Examples of usage for Bowes:

  1. The most important event in the private life of Knox, during his stay at Berwick, was his acquaintance with a devout lady of tormented conscience, Mrs. Bowes wife of the Governor of Norham Castle on Tweed. – John Knox and the Reformation by Andrew Lang
  2. His reluctance to suffer did not prevent him from constant attendance to the tedious self- tormentings of Mrs. Bowes and of " three honest poor women" in London. – John Knox and the Reformation by Andrew Lang
  3. Assuredly I cannot tell, but of one thing I am sure, the fear of death was not the chief cause of my fleeing," he wrote to Mrs. Bowes from Dieppe. – John Knox and the Reformation by Andrew Lang

Rhymes for Bowes:

  1. brose, joes, chose, ohs, prose, hose, mose, blows, nose, woes, rohs, tows, grows, foes, cose, pose, boase, gose, lowes, flows, glows, ose, beaus, sows, goes, snows, those, rows, knows, froze, hoes, pows, crows, close, noes, owes, lows, clothes, roes, ngos, throes, toes, jos, crose, bows, boes, sews, lo's, bose, throws, slows, moes, doze, shows, rose, pros, o's, vose;
  2. enclose, forgoes, repose, expose, plainclothes, foreclose, impose, tarots, transpose, depose, propose, arose, dubose, bestows, stavros, suppose, oppose, disclose, compose, dispose;
  3. juxtapose, presuppose, predispose, interpose, reimpose, decompose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;
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