Correct spelling for BAACA

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Possible correct spellings for baaca

  • Bass
  • And the other side of the choir, that on which were father etienne and the abbot, answered, scanning the syllables very slowly, with voices of bass pitch,- "domine ad adjuvandum me festina."

  • Bucks
  • And cowboys and indian bucks joined in that war against the reptiles.

  • Back
  • You've got to come back."

    And one what goes in, don't come back The color may be green but it's also black

    – Politics of the Sneaker Pimps by public enemy
  • Bush
  • I crawled out of the bush and stood up.

  • Bag
  • Didn't have no more chance than a paper bag at a picnic.

    Now he leavin' in a black bag He the roach, the Brisc' be the Black Flag

    – I'm A G by Rick Ross
  • Basic
  • An eskimo generally lets you know what he thinks, and this is a basic difference between him and the indian.

  • Bus
  • Riding home on the next bus, he brooded about it.

  • Base
  • Petioles short with 2 stipules at the base.

  • Buck
  • Mr. buck ogilvy groaned.

  • Abaca
  • The almost universal custom is to plant, for temporary shelter, suckers of fruiting bananas, but throughout the visayas and in southern luzon i think abaca could be advantageously substituted.

  • Bake
  • If there are any, and if it has to endure the threefold heat of which father tobias, of silesia, related to me, i do not believe that the priests, for a few thalers, can loose the unhappy spirit from the bake-oven.

  • Basics
  • Yes. he felt that even if the basics of natural law in operation here were purely nonsense laws, he would be able to penetrate to a rational manipulation and control of things.

  • Bikes
  • It was at crown ovender farm, and we had to lift the bikes over fences and wheel them over ploughed fields to get there, because we did not know the right way by road.

  • Because
  • Because i wrote to robert in it.

  • Babies
  • Babies are so impossible," jerry said, musingly.

  • Bugs
  • I did not become an enthusiastic amateur naturalist at once; i did not at once begin to collect worms and bugs.

  • Boss
  • "oh, i don't imagine we'll be lonesome," puts in the boss.

  • Beach
  • The group crossed over the reef and swam to the beach in front of the cottage.

  • Books
  • "and then the books!

  • Box
  • "i thought i dropped my snuff-box, sir?

  • Bushes
  • Yet, presently i shook free of my melancholy and lonesomeness and rose up out of the moss-bushes, and went onward.

  • Bike
  • "get on your bike, bob, and go and fetch thorpe," commanded clytie the capable, at the same time loosening her father's shirt collar.

  • Book
  • 260, 261, 263 rights, book of, i.

  • Bias
  • Now in this very letter of feb 2, there is a sentence which i highly value, because, as aforesaid, it is on a point on which he would never have yielded anything, to which he had paid life-long attention, and on which he had the bias of having long stood alone.

  • Beg
  • "dear brother, i beg of you, do not be vexed with me.

  • Busy
  • They were busy, very busy.

  • Boxes
  • A moment later, one of my boxes went by, looking very fat and friendly, on the shoulders of a porter, who apparently had no head.

  • Bug
  • If we care to blow or scrape off the bubbles, we readily disclose him-- a green speckled bug, about a third of an inch in length in larger specimens, with prominent black eyes, and blunt, wedge-shaped body.

  • Boys
  • 71 "boys," the, vii.

  • Buses
  • There i stand long at the brink; i look for a policeman to guide and guard my steps; i crane my neck forward from my coign of vantage and count the cabs, the taxicabs, the carriages, the private automobiles, the motor-buses, the express-wagons, and calculate my chances.

  • Basis
  • Harney as the only basis on which he would treat with jackson and price: memorandum for gen.

  • Big
  • The big jovian grinned.

  • Bags
  • "this means something," said the man to himself; "here will be a revelation," and a vision of the gopher's gold-bags crossed his mind with tempting vividness.

  • Baggage
  • Perhaps they wept for sheer weariness after sitting encamped for hours on their baggage.

  • Buys
  • Paul buys was appointed by leicester to fill a subordinate position in the new council.