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Possible correct spellings for bal

  • Balk(Definition of balk)
  • There it all lay; the "ragged thistle stalk," with its head chopped off; "the dock's harsh swart leaves bruised as to balk all hope of greenness."

  • Ban(Definition of ban)
  • And then they went unto council, and with them gwenbaus, the brother unto sir ban and bors, a wise clerk, and thither went ulfius and brastias, and merlin.

  • Bail(Definition of bail)
  • "he's out on bail.

  • Bag(Definition of bag)
  • "let me," she cried, reaching out her hand for the bag, with the intention of saving him the trouble.

  • Sal(Definition of Sal)
  • If you gives it to sal i'll tear her eyes out.

  • Gal(Definition of gal)
  • What answer, o nin-ki-gal?

  • Bale(Definition of bale)
  • Being much interested in knowing the truth, i sent on my own account, an agent to bale who on his return told me that the bridge would remain.

  • Bl
  • Bl. the second order of the first section of paracephalophora monoica, bl. those mollusca belonging to this order which have shells, have them either internal or external, but always scutiform, with depressed spires and wide, haliotoid, oblique apertures, without a columellar lip properly so called.

  • Bar(Definition of bar)
  • Then he threw down the stone, stooped and tried the bar to find it perfectly fast, and once more stopped to think.

  • Bald(Definition of bald)
  • Always that bald head above the ledge, and his father and the congregation trying to call down salvation on it.

  • Bad(Definition of bad)
  • "it really is too bad!

  • Bali(Definition of bali)
  • Bali, ii. 148; iii. 135, 151, 157, 171, 179, 183 sq.

  • Cal(Definition of Cal)
  • Huldy's took her foot in her hand and put out-left me with the whole wash to do, and jim cal in the bed declarin' he's got a misery in his back.

  • Baa(Definition of baa)
  • In baa, the cry of a sheep, we hear the italian sound of a; and, since we hear it but once, one a or the other must be silent.

  • Bbl
  • Des moines, bbl. goods, for savannah, ga. doon, first, 5. fayette, 11.25.

  • Balm(Definition of balm)
  • The work required was an advantage to mrs. fortescue, inasmuch as it occupied her mind and thus prevented her dwelling on her recent affliction, in other respects too, she felt that a kind providence had directed her steps to the little village in which we find her-and the good she found to do, was the greatest balm her wounded spirit could receive: for though her means were so limited, still, a wide field of usefulness lay before her.

  • Bay(Definition of bay)
  • 54. logwood trade on campeachy bay, i.

  • Baal(Definition of baal)
  • The hebrews kept the old custom, but with a different aim-not to keep the baal in good humor, but to make life a bit easier for the poor and unfortunate among their own neighbors.

  • Pal
  • "i been waiting for a pal like you, kid.

  • Ball(Definition of ball)
  • He took the scarlet ball, bowed, and turned from her.

  • Bap
  • Asd is a subset of the broader autism phenotype (bap), which describes individuals who may not have asd but do have autistic-like traits, such as avoiding eye contact.

  • Bat(Definition of bat)
  • He could balance a stick, nay, a cricket-bat, a poker, upon his chin, and i could not; you laugh, and so can i now, but it was no subject of laughter to me then.

  • Bah(Definition of Bah)
  • But he mastered this desire, and with a shrug of his shoulders he said- "bah!

  • Val
  • Robert escorted lady audley to villebrumeuse, where she was presented to monsieur val as madame taylor.

  • Ba(Definition of ba)
  • There was more of the thicket before him than he had thought, and he was still fighting his way through it, when he was brought to a stand by a peculiar cry that might have been the bleat of a young lamb: "ba-ba!"

  • Hal
  • They sat on until seven o'clock, and then hal rose to go, feeling happier than she had done ever since they last met.

  • Bawl(Definition of bawl)
  • They all sing of their poverty: keating as a fact to be recorded among other facts, o'rahilly in a very stately and bitter complaint, and raftery as in the quotation above; but o'bruadair lets out of him an unending, rebellious bawl which would be the most desolating utterance ever made by man if it was not also the most gleeful.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • She is a respectable woman; and it is important to me to live on good terms with al my neighbors, great and small.

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