Correct spelling for BASOON

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Possible correct spellings for basoon

  • Balloon(Definition of balloon)
  • How much did you bet on the balloon?

  • Baboon(Definition of baboon)
  • Many a stout baboon has in this manner killed several dogs before being overpowered.

  • Basin(Definition of basin)
  • He poured something into the basin out of a little bottle he had brought in his pocket.

  • Bacon(Definition of bacon)
  • "it's oftenest naught but bread," he said, "but i've got a fine slice o' fat bacon with it to-day."

  • Mason(Definition of mason)
  • Basso(Definition of basso)
  • The basso not only has thankless parts allotted to him, but, from precedent, one generally expects him to be wobbly and to sing frequently out of tune.

  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • 1802.-on the 10th of august, m. forneret and baron doorthensen reached the summit after suffering acutely from the rarified air.

  • Bastion(Definition of bastion)
  • When we stand beside it we see that its line curves inward and outward, throwing the falling sheet into bastion-like sweeps.

  • Baton(Definition of baton)
  • After the baton, sword, and crown, carried on black velvet cushions, came the comptroller in the chamberlain's department, vice-chamberlain, and lord chamberlain, then the crimson velvet coffin, the pall borne by the members of the late prince's suite.

  • Discrowns
  • Jason
  • Bison(Definition of bison)
  • In what ways can bison notice signs of danger?

  • Boon(Definition of boon)
  • Thou hast given a boon which i will not resign, and taught 5 a lesson not to be unlearned.

  • Bassoons
  • And now there arose, before the general work of fleecing the wether lambs had well commenced, a terrible discord, as of a brass band with broken bassoons, and trumpets all out of order, from the further end of the building,-a terrible noise of most unmusical music, such as bartholomew fair in its loudest days could hardly have known.

  • Bassoon(Definition of bassoon)
  • Poor mrs. sophia was baulked of the game at whist, which she viewed as a legitimate part of the christmas pleasures; and after we had eaten our turkey, we found the evening long, except that martyn escaped to snapdragon with the servants; and, by and by, chapman, magnificent in patronage, ushered in the church singers into the hall, and clarionet, bassoon, and fiddle astonished our ears.

  • Basing
  • The whole subject of water supply for northern new jersey demands immediate consideration, and it would not be wise to take up the matter of prevention of flood damage in the passaic without basing the value of every project upon its adaptability for use in future water-supply needs.

  • Soon(Definition of soon)
  • Boston
  • We're twenty hours from new york, and the city of boston sails to-morrow at five o'clock."