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Correct spelling for BAFOON
We think the word bafoon is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for bafoon
- Bacon(Definition of bacon)
- Balloon(Definition of balloon)
- Baron(Definition of baron)
- Baton(Definition of baton)
- Boon(Definition of boon)
- Baboon(Definition of baboon)
- Barton(Definition of Barton)
- Bassoon(Definition of bassoon)
- Buffoon(Definition of buffoon)
Violet is a very nice girl, but we all know her mother sold bacon behind a counter in galway.
A captive balloon had signalled the position, and shrapnels were bursting close.
It was this visit which, no doubt, revealed to the baron the young man's hiding-place.
When all were in their places and our organist, charles capin, began playing america, mr. bruce taking his baton and position, raised it and the lights were turned on and before us sat the congregation, every pew being filled.
Salomon city, though it contained the great boon, was not esthetic.
Again baboon paused, and the dog crept closer than before, as if he knew the name of his master.
It was certainly much easier talking to barton than to bielby, for barton knew so much already, especially about the hit or miss; but when it came to the story of the guardianship of margaret, and the kind of prospective engagement to that young lady, barton rose and began to walk about the room.
"ess," said buffalo bill, slipping her little hand in her brother's, "an' we'll take boffin, so he won't get all killded."
In the room below, her father and the eldest boy were resting; and through the rafters of the flooring she could hear them both: her father a large, fluent, well-seasoned, self-comforting bassoon; and her brother a sappy, inexperienced bassoon trying to imitate it.
He stared at barron, made one or two attempts to speak, and, a last, said abruptly: "that'll never do, stephen-that'll never do!
"still around, though i hope not for long, the buffoon!