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Correct spelling for BANK

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Possible correct spellings for bank

  • Blank(Definition of blank)
  • So finally she thought it best to leave a blank and start straight off- "i really don't know at all what i ought to say.

  • Back(Definition of back)
  • When you going back, dear?

  • Bans
  • But if there should come one who really proposes to cut everything to the quick, the state included, with the knife of truth, the state, that affirms its own existence above all, is justified in banishing him as an enemy, just as it bans a religion that exalts itself to be its judge.

  • Hank(Definition of hank)
  • I'm all right, but they nigh onto finished me, and they've got hank smith away anyhow."

  • Bunk(Definition of bunk)
  • Then somebody sang: "we came near getting a bunk, we came near getting a bunk."

  • Banks
  • It was well on toward four o'clock and already the shadows along the banks hinted of coming night.

  • Tank(Definition of tank)
  • Leaving his comrades at the long jump, he went to george's neglected corner and peeped into the tank.

  • Yank(Definition of yank)
  • "you are our prisoner, yank," yelled the leader as they surrounded them.

  • Band(Definition of band)
  • Now the huntsman's band is ready.

  • Bani
  • Louvre abu dhabi yas island saadiyat island sir bani yas

  • Bonk
  • Bonk can also use his large mouth to grip onto allowed surfaces for climbing.

  • Bank(Definition of bank)
  • He kapes a bank jist to pass the toime."

  • Bane(Definition of bane)
  • Really, you know, that ridiculous old person has been the bane of my existence for the last three weeks.

  • Dank(Definition of dank)
  • A dank, warm atmosphere embraced the country.

  • Sank(Definition of Sank)
  • My heart sank as he spoke.

  • Bang(Definition of bang)
  • The yorkshireman pulled open the drawer of his desk and slammed in the cheque-book, closing it with a bang.

  • Rank(Definition of rank)
  • This cavalry cloak was found with him, and consequently i naturally supposed his claim of rank to be false.

  • Lank(Definition of lank)
  • The driver was a long, lank southerner, burned as brown as a berry by the sun.

  • Bark(Definition of bark)
  • Mamma," said the panther, looking up into my face, "tell you, red fox not bark for nothing.

  • Ban(Definition of ban)
  • In connection with his deliverances on the ban, hubmaier, after the fashion of the papists, made the gospel of christian liberty as preached by luther responsible for the carnal way in which many abused it.

  • Balk(Definition of balk)
  • Ask wherefore fortune's vile caprice should balk his panther spring across the foaming salt, from martial sands to the cliffs of pallid chalk!

  • Bask(Definition of bask)
  • Having made him what he was, womanlike, the sea served him humbly and let him bask unharmed in the sunshine of its terribly uncertain favour.

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