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Correct spelling for BAASH

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Possible correct spellings for baash

  • Busy(Definition of busy)
  • Mrs. quinn was better pleased to be busy all the time.

  • Book(Definition of book)
  • 15,274. have you got that book with you?

  • Basic(Definition of basic)
  • And behind that must have been a basic cause.

  • Boys
  • 10,377. and out of that balance you have to pay any balances that are due to the beach boys?

  • Bikes
  • While we were getting the glorious bikes from their prison bars, the others were undoing the box which had their names on it.

  • Bags
  • He put the canvas bags of gold into a large cupboard in the parlor; he locked the door and put the key into his pocket.

  • Bucks
  • "we shall reconnoitre these rustic beauties of bucks, giving them the advantage of their holiday habiliments.

  • Because(Definition of Because)
  • 13,670. but it would not be reduced; it would rather be raised, because that would increase the value?

  • Boss(Definition of boss)
  • "him altogether good boss.

  • Buck(Definition of buck)
  • Many's the fat buck i hae carried in theer, afore sir marmaduke took a notion i stealed his deer, an' gied me the sack from lookin' after them.

  • Basics
  • He sketched quickly on the layout pad, first in greys, then filling in with the three basics.

  • Abash(Definition of abash)
  • But if they did not steal it, if the moral glories of christianity are not sprung from deliberate mendacity, why was the body not produced, to abash the wild dreams of their fanaticism?

  • Babies
  • For whin the folks come in, they'll be beggin' thim, an' they'll give thim to the babies to tear up.

  • Bus(Definition of bus)
  • On the sunday afternoon she went with jimmy and rhoda to bishops park; then, packing them off home, she crossed the bridge again and took the bus to buck's.

  • Bake(Definition of bake)
  • On wednesday the maid must bake a part of the bread, cake, and pies that will be required during the week.

  • Bug(Definition of bug)
  • So mrs. robin went to black-bug swamp and found plenty of black bugs, and on the way back she stopped near mrs. partridge's nest to get one or two brown bugs for dessert.

  • Bass(Definition of bass)
  • In religion he was catholic: he was ready to stand up in any evangelical church, dressed in his best, and boom forth the hymns in his bass voice.

  • Beg(Definition of beg)
  • I beg your pardon, madame de la motte, i ought, i confess, to have paid my respects to you first.

  • Back(Definition of back)
  • She-she-is coming back here?

  • Baggage(Definition of baggage)
  • We do not need all your extra baggage.

  • Books
  • 14,992. we will go to your own books.

  • Big(Definition of big)
  • If scotland yard had the job in hand there'd be a big scandal."

  • Boxes
  • And they put up a pile for me, and took my boxes out of quod, at the hidalgo, and started me on my way to 'frisco, for i knowed he had made for that port.

  • Beach(Definition of beach)
  • 12,440. are they paid by beach fees?

  • Bushes
  • This bend once passed, they would be out of sight when the prahu cleared the bushes.

  • Bugs
  • Knew a chap who was drowned at montauk last summer, who was keen on bees and bugs.

  • Basis(Definition of basis)
  • But he paid me on a thoroughbred basis.

  • Bias(Definition of bias)
  • Unfortunately, even the best scientists have not that perfect freedom from bias, which gives mr. laing such a towering advantage over them all.

  • Bike(Definition of bike)
  • If we had had a little more time to think things out, we should have found that motor-bike and i would have gone after the trio myself.

  • Bush(Definition of bush)
  • It was made of the indurated fibre which is frequently to be met with in the bush ranches.

  • Buys
  • 269. buys dalesford, iii.

  • Bag(Definition of bag)
  • Here, you can help me by taking a bag."

  • Box(Definition of box)
  • He held out a box of lesser cigars.

  • Buses
  • Whistling tree toads replace the constant whir of buses and taxicabs.

  • Base(Definition of base)
  • Listen, claire, while i tell you how base i was.

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