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Correct spelling for BASION

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Possible correct spellings for basion

  • Bacon(Definition of bacon)
  • 44. on bacon, i.

  • Bastion(Definition of bastion)
  • On the right, beyond the place, lay the old town, sloping up now, up even to the medieval castle, which fifty years ago had stood in lonely detachment, but now was faced on hill-top after hill-top, at its own level, by the enormous nursing homes and hostels, which under the direction of the religious orders had gradually grown up about this shrine of healing, until now, up to a height of at least five hundred feet, the city of mary stood on bastion after bastion of the lower slopes of the hills, like some huge auditorium of white stone, facing down towards the river and the holy place.

  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • "did you ever hear anything like that, baron rohritz," she asks, "from a young girl?"

  • Passion(Definition of passion)
  • Lovers know not what they do when they conceal their passion from one another.

  • Asian(Definition of asian)
  • He's the proud son of two of the millions of asian american immigrants who strengthened america with their hard work, family values and good citizenship.

  • Basin(Definition of basin)
  • We get up about 7 o'clock and fight for the basin.

  • Bashing
  • Anyways i'm pooty certain, if we'd got more light and space, and were not jammed up together in a filthy, ill-drained place; if the sunlight could but see us, and the public and the cops, there would be less booze and bashing, fewer drabs and drinking-shops.

    I'm leather, you're leather, together we be clashin' Quik! hit 'em with the chorus, homie start bashin'!

    – IN MY FACE by xzibit
  • Bassoon(Definition of bassoon)
  • C., organ, piano mayer, james c, organ mayer, d. samuel, organ, piano mundwyler, john, bassoon, double bass mundwyler, louis, oboe, clarionet, violin mundwyler, fred, trombone, viola mcdougall, w.j., organ, piano mansfeldt, hugo, pianist virtuoso, 1873 mccume, chas.

  • Basing
  • We should then violate the autonomy of the religious consciousness; we should denaturalise religion itself, by subjecting it to an external rule; and dogmatics, basing its fabric on an alien principle, would produce a hybrid structure that would be rejected by believers and philosophers with equal disdain.

  • Fashion(Definition of fashion)
  • The blue of the suit brought out the blue of the eyes in a dazzling fashion.

  • Bison(Definition of bison)
  • They were under injunction "to seek out pearl fisheries," "to catch bison-calves, tame them and take their wool," and "to look for mines."

  • Suasion(Definition of suasion)
  • Bairn(Definition of bairn)
  • Wae's me, doctor; i declare she's thinkin' it's that bairn.

  • Baton(Definition of baton)
  • She conferred upon him the baton of a field- marshal.

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