Correct spelling for BABACY

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Possible correct spellings for babacy

  • Busy(Definition of busy)
  • "to-morrow i shall be busy myself.

  • Book(Definition of book)
  • He was agoin' to a party whar you hev to be the name of a book.

  • Basic(Definition of basic)
  • Here is m. lebon's doctrine neatly condensed by clayton hamilton: "the mental qualities in which men differ from one another are the acquired qualities of intellect and character; but the qualities in which they are one are basic passions of the race.

  • Boys
  • Little boys and girls who are good!

  • Bikes
  • All the people in the village went over with carts and bikes to see the fire-like going to a fair or a show.

  • Bags
  • Whereupon lalkhan, strong in rectitude, would relate exactly what had happened, produce one of the jan-incriminating muslin bags, escape further censure, and doubtless be commanded to burn it and its fellows in the kitchen stove.

  • Bucks
  • Which he's dead-dead without a motion, while the poker bucks plays ca'mly on."

  • Because(Definition of Because)
  • "o because it's so lonesome for me.

  • Boss(Definition of boss)
  • You'll be your own boss.

  • Buck(Definition of buck)
  • Why, buck, he's been on the cardigan pay-roll thirty years, and i only fired him in order to reform him.

  • Basics
  • Philosophy master: don't you know some principles, some basics of the sciences?

  • Abbacy(Definition of abbacy)
  • Kilian, learning this and fearing an ambuscade, staid away; but the people of the abbacy appeared before the deputies of the cantons with a petition, which showed that they knew how to carry out the doctrine of the unscriptural character of spiritual lordship to a further extent than was pleasant even to zurich herself.

  • Babies
  • "babies are all alike," he remarked, easily.

  • Bus(Definition of bus)
  • The bus was whizzing on down the avenue, and at any moment his prey might take flight.

  • Bake(Definition of bake)
  • Bake in a round cake pan in a moderate oven three-quarters of an hour.

  • Bug(Definition of bug)
  • In supposing it to be a bug of real gold.

  • Bass(Definition of bass)
  • "jethro bass," said jock, who, by reason of his ability, was a privileged character.

  • Beg(Definition of beg)
  • I beg your pardon, miss langdon.

  • Back(Definition of back)
  • Bishop, he's to come back with me.

    It's easy to see when you look at me If you look closely, 50 don't back down Everywhere I go both coasts wit toast Eastside, Westside, I hold that mack down

    – Back Down by 50 CENT
  • Baggage(Definition of baggage)
  • After the usual hand-shaking at parting, and the lieutenant had once more lifted his cap to clarice, who stood at the door watching us, we set off down the hill, each of us leading a baggage-mule by the bridle.

  • Books
  • What do they put into story books?"

  • Big(Definition of big)
  • There's a big chance for physicians who can speak yiddish.

  • Boxes
  • Day after day the crowd of patients increased; those who had met with refusal remained in the hope that on another day the "hakeem's" boxes of unheard-of medicine might be opened, for them also.

  • Beach(Definition of beach)
  • Then he paddled out and began feeding along the beach.

  • Bushes
  • "i used to hide in the bushes and talk to him when nobody was around.

  • Bugs
  • Where little girls are skeered to death with spiders, bugs an' ants, an' little boys get grass-stains on their go-to-meetin' pants.

  • Basis(Definition of basis)
  • It might have been mirth, or indignation that somebody had destroyed her old friend's paradise; but it threatened to sweep her from her basis of control.

  • Bias(Definition of bias)
  • "the sculptors," bias truthfully asserted, "always kept their workrooms carefully locked."

  • Bike(Definition of bike)
  • "tell me, mary," he said, appealing to miss bike, the young lady.

  • Bush(Definition of bush)
  • Stan moved in and halted beside a bush.

  • Buys
  • The lamb buys the stock, the broker gets the commission, and then the lamb worries his heart out as he sees his one-thousand-dollar margin jumping around in value.

  • Bag(Definition of bag)
  • "they took him to the station and searched his bag.

    On my way home in a body bag A one-way ticket, but I couldn't brag

    – On My Way Home by DRI
  • Box(Definition of box)
  • And you were on the box?

  • Buses
  • They have electricity, telephones, trains, buses, and many other things that we still use regularly today.

  • Base(Definition of base)
  • He couldn't put in a base on tanith, anyhow.