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Possible correct spellings for bason

  • Basso(Definition of basso)
  • Colson was the prima donna, brignoli the tenor, ferri the baritone, and susini the basso.

  • Bison(Definition of bison)
  • Arson(Definition of arson)
  • Adults convicted of arson, malicious compensation, or damage to property as a substitute, imprisonment.

  • Basing
  • United in a group, known from their initials as the "a.b.c." powers, they sought to assume the leadership of latin america, basing their action, indeed, upon the fundamentals of the monroe doctrine-the exclusion of foreign influence and the independence of peoples-but with themselves instead of the united states as chief, guardians.

  • Ban(Definition of ban)
  • A residence for woman, child, and man, a dwelling-place,-and yet no habitation; a house,-but under some prodigious ban of excommunication.

  • Biasing
  • Base(Definition of base)
  • Do you want to bunk here at base?"

  • Jason
  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • A few days later the baron opened his soul to manucci.

  • Basins
  • 2361. milk-dishes are shallow basins of glass, of glazed earthenware, or tin, about 16 inches in diameter at top, and 12 at the bottom, and 5 or 6 inches deep, holding about 8 to 10 quarts each when full.

  • Benson
  • Papa benson flung himself on the floor and rolled over and over.

  • Boon(Definition of boon)
  • Baton(Definition of baton)
  • Clemens made the return trip to st. louis with bixby on the "baton rouge"-almost exactly twenty-five years from their first trip together.

  • Boston
  • Bacon(Definition of bacon)
  • Mr. montague bacon, also of new york."

  • Mason(Definition of mason)
  • Son(Definition of son)
  • Bastion(Definition of bastion)
  • The body of the fallen hero lay in state at the government house until the 16th of october, when, with that of colonel mcdonell, it was buried with due honours in a cavalier bastion of fort george, at the spot now marked by the tablet indicating the first burial-place.

  • Bass(Definition of bass)
  • Has jethro bass ever been a member of the legislature?

  • Basin(Definition of basin)
  • Pollyon hath got a heap of guineas on his table; wouldn't go into the big yellow pudding-basin!

  • Blazon(Definition of blazon)
  • Bassoon(Definition of bassoon)
  • An elderly man, fat and greasy, with a voice like a bassoon, and an imperturbable assurance, was denouncing the spread of infidelity, and the lukewarmness of professing christians, who refrained from battling with the wickedness at their doors.

  • Barn(Definition of barn)
  • Then besides, while jonas is going from the clock out to the barn, the shadow is slowly moving on, all the time; so that he cannot tell exactly where the shadow was, when it was precisely twelve by the clock.

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