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Correct spelling for BAKEY

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Possible correct spellings for bakey

  • Bey(Definition of bey)
  • Homer waited for a few more minutes, then waved to bey to cover him.

  • Barker(Definition of barker)
  • And for the 10th writes lieutenant barker: "nothing but hurry and confusion."

  • Bake(Definition of bake)
  • Stir all well together, break off enough to roll out; cut, space in pan and bake in very moderate oven.

  • Becky
  • "i don't know about him," said becky, shaking her head.

  • Biker
  • Costa rica has qualified one mountain biker for the mens olympic cross-country race, by virtue of a top two national finish, not yet qualified, at the 2015 pan american championships.

  • Bogey(Definition of bogey)
  • Naughty children are frequently threatened with "copper-cheeks" as a kind of bogey.

  • Bakes
  • A strip of lavatory paper his golden rule; the merrie lad bakes ready made surprises to the jowled response of his parting brains.

  • Bk(Definition of bk)
  • Bk brother of sir isaac, becomes chief magistrate of guernsey, 70. brock, elizabeth.

  • Barkley(Definition of barkley)
  • With the ladies foul murther's a horrible sin of one handsome without, tho' a coxcomb within; for not being a beau, the sad fate of poor crab, tho' himself hang'd for love, was a jest to each drab; then may jering live long, and may risby among the fair with jack barkley, and culpepper throng: may no ruffin whose heart as hard as a stone is, kill any of those for a brother adonis.

  • Beak(Definition of beak)
  • In the fast gathering darkness it missed, fortunately for the shepherd, but the thrust of the beak caught the upper part of the tree trunk.

  • Baked(Definition of baked)
  • When taken out in the morning you will have an oval, oblong mass of baked clay, with a well roasted bird inside.

  • Back(Definition of back)
  • Let us go back.

  • Bike(Definition of bike)
  • It was nearly two hours before he heard the jet bike return and he hurried to the door, waiting impatiently for the boy to come in. when the door opened and tiny stepped in, tom sensed immediately that something was wrong.

  • Beaker(Definition of beaker)
  • The shock of the heavy beaker striking the board close to it, set it rolling.

  • Bag(Definition of bag)
  • I picked it up and hid it in my bag.

  • Beaked(Definition of beaked)
  • When placed on node's head, with his beaked nose and tuft of chin beard, he appeared very much as one would picture uncle joe cannon robed in maude adams' "chanticler" costume.

  • Bakery(Definition of bakery)
  • Then did the poor say: "very well, us'll hae our own store and bakery, and pay cash down to ourselves."

  • Balky(Definition of balky)
  • 4. how to find the trouble with a balky engine-the careful, patient, unangered searching.

  • Backed(Definition of backed)
  • Yes, i backed the bill.

  • Badge
  • Once he was going to win the pathfinder's badge by trailing a burglar, and he trailed him seven miles through the woods and found that the burglar was his own good-for-nothing father.

  • Brake(Definition of brake)
  • And then he spurred his horse upon the land, where the other knight fell upon him, and brake his spear, and so they drew their swords and fought long together.

  • Barge(Definition of barge)
  • And so to barge again, and there we had good victuals and wine, and were very merry; and got home about eight at night very well.

  • Blake
  • Blake, in his father's clutch, followed.

  • Baku(Definition of baku)
  • Notwithstanding this, however, ships from various european ports crowd its harbor, for not only is it the shipping point of baku petroleum, but also the port of entry for much of the persian and central asian importations from europe.

  • Bakers
  • Bakers, millers, waiters are hence more numerous.

  • Key(Definition of key)
  • You'll need the house key."

  • Baker(Definition of baker)
  • Suddenly baker clutched lloyd's arm and pointed to the south.

  • Banker(Definition of banker)
  • When he had gone, the banker smiled.

  • Bark(Definition of bark)
  • Now their bark runs away by force of oars, carrying them all; the trick has been played.

  • Beg(Definition of beg)
  • I beg, my dear sir, you will excuse my writing more, and will believe i am truly sensible of your goodness to me.

  • Burke(Definition of burke)
  • Mr. burke wants her to stop, doesn't he?

  • Backer(Definition of backer)
  • Cowperwood was referring to a man who was at once gambler, rumored owner or controller of a series of houses of prostitution, rumored maker of mayors and aldermen, rumored financial backer of many saloons and contracting companies-in short, the patron saint of the political and social underworld of chicago, and who was naturally to be reckoned with in matters which related to the city and state legislative programme.

  • Bay(Definition of bay)
  • His voice was like a bear's at bay; it was low, but it carried strangely.

  • Barked(Definition of Barked)
  • She blushed for sirona, and had actually opened her lips to call, when the greyhound barked and the dialogue began.

  • Baggy(Definition of baggy)
  • Beside them ran the baggy trousered women, and some of them hobbled painfully.

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