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Correct spelling for BAGDAD
We think the word bagdad 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 bagdad
- Bonded(Definition of bonded)
- Baked(Definition of baked)
- Barked(Definition of Barked)
- Braided(Definition of braided)
- Bated(Definition of bated)
- Bearded(Definition of bearded)
- Banded(Definition of banded)
- Boarded(Definition of Boarded)
- Carded(Definition of Carded)
- Bandit(Definition of bandit)
- Backdate(Definition of backdate)
- Bigoted(Definition of bigoted)
- Bladed(Definition of bladed)
- Boded(Definition of Boded)
- Jaded(Definition of jaded)
- Backed(Definition of backed)
- Bandied(Definition of Bandied)
- Begat(Definition of Begat)
- Beaded(Definition of beaded)
- Bedded(Definition of bedded)
Attached to the ingle-nook is the oven, wherein bread is baked in the old-fashioned way, and the chimneys are large and carried up above the floor of the first storey, so as to form space for curing bacon.
"i did so hope that i should be able to be visible again before you left baghdad.
And it was spoken, i was aware, in a piteous tone of voice, and with meagre, bated breath.
A room was full of men; stately sons of the family; the gray-bearded, dignified father; but no women, not a single woman.
There was an opening about midway-a small opening, closed by a heavy, iron-banded door-the servants' entrance, i told myself.
I fear he is forgotten now, which is scarcely just, for he was a bold and bloodthirsty bandit.
He backed the car.
Yes; people may have the same idea, but they'll hardly have the same black satin furniture and the same beaded footstools, will they?"
Bindle put all he could in the double-bedded room, the rest he managed to store in the kitchen.