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Correct spelling for BAHGDAD
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Possible correct spellings for bahgdad
- Bladed(Definition of bladed)
- Baked(Definition of baked)
- Jaded(Definition of jaded)
- Bearded(Definition of bearded)
- Backed(Definition of backed)
- Banded(Definition of banded)
- Bated(Definition of bated)
- Boarded(Definition of Boarded)
- Bigoted(Definition of bigoted)
- Barked(Definition of Barked)
- Bandied(Definition of Bandied)
- Backdate(Definition of backdate)
- Braided(Definition of braided)
- Beheaded(Definition of beheaded)
- Carded(Definition of Carded)
- Beaded(Definition of beaded)
- Bedded(Definition of bedded)
- Boded(Definition of Boded)
- Begat(Definition of Begat)
The heat of the day had baked the walls through.
There was a steel cap three or four feet below, and a pike-head; and at the sound of the latch a bearded face looked up.
But the boat immediately backed as if to leave him.
And the enforced seclusion wrought on the minds of the servants, while the cessation of all work banded them together in small groups that whispered and discussed and disputed.
With bated breath he adjusted his instrument.
But each man has heard, in his time, o el hassan, of the ancient calif haroun el raschid of baghdad.
How many i beheaded i do not know, for teddy, after peeping with a horrified face over the hedge, and seeing no one about, made a rush in to rescue me, and carrying me off, never stopped running till we were safe at home in the old stable.
The weeping birch like banners idly waving, bends to the stream, its spicy branches laving, beaded with dew, the witch elms' tassels shiver, the timid rabbit from the furze is peeping, and from the springing spray the squirrels gaily leaping.
You mean that it is a double-bedded room, and that one of the beds is occupied?