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Correct spelling for BEACMES
We think the word beacmes is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for beacmes
- Backs(Definition of Backs)
- Become(Definition of become)
- Became(Definition of Became)
- Because(Definition of Because)
- James(Definition of james)
- Betimes(Definition of betimes)
Who said their backs are turned?
You've become almost a part of me-i wonder if you understand that?"
"the old games are very nice games," said the girl, "and i do not see why you should object to playing them."
Across this was ranged a row of birds, differing, though where and how i had hardly leisure to observe, from the form of any earthly fowl, about twice the size of a crow, and with beaks apparently at least as powerful but very much longer.
Even maggie herself became aware of this.
"yes; because i love you," she replied.
"james again," she said.
For the past twenty years the men on the american ships have employed the eskimo to aid them in the whaling industry, picking up different bands all the way from bering sea eastward as they sail in from the pacific, and depositing each group at their individual beaches as the ships take out their rich spoils of baleen and oil at the close of the season.
To-morrow i shall take away your daughter with me to the king's court, where i wish to take her as my wife; and if you will tarry here a little, i shall send betimes to fetch you.