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Correct spelling for BIANCE
We think the word biance 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 biance
- Bernice(Definition of Bernice)
- Banns(Definition of banns)
- Seance(Definition of seance)
- Bane(Definition of bane)
- Chance(Definition of chance)
- Balance(Definition of balance)
- Beanie(Definition of beanie)
- Lance(Definition of lance)
- Wince(Definition of wince)
- Fiance(Definition of fiance)
- Dance(Definition of dance)
- Brace(Definition of brace)
- Bouncer(Definition of bouncer)
- Nuance(Definition of nuance)
- Since(Definition of Since)
- Bounce(Definition of bounce)
- Bonce(Definition of bonce)
"come your ways by, an' tak' a seat by the fire, tammock; it's no' a kindly nicht for auld banes," says the wife.
My name's berry-short for bernice....
"i'll go to the mayor's office of your arrondissement, and get olympe's register of birth, and put up the banns.
We bear the same name, we had the same father; and yet i have been the curse and bane of their lives."
He needed something of his brother's calm to balance him.
The baseball cap evolved from this kind of beanie, with the addition of a visor to block the sun.
She waited anxiously for the return of bianca, a young damsel that attended her, whom she had sent to learn what was become of isabella.
There was corn instead of baked beans, and he'd done a fair job of making meat loaf.
He wondered if he and edith were to be told privately, or if the bans were to be announced to a gathered company, as in the old days when they were published to church congregations.
It was also quite common for schoolboys to adorn their beanies with buttons and pins.
When in 1900 a publisher desired to bring out the story provided i gave it a happy ending, i submitted the matter to bierce and on august 21, 1900, he wrote me a long letter on the subject of which the following is an extract: 'i have read twice and carefully, your proposed addition to the monk, and you must permit me to speak plainly, if not altogether agreeably, of it.
Occasional binge drinkers (one or two times in past two weeks), were found to be four times more likely to be diagnosed with alcohol abuse or dependence compared to non-heavy episodic drinkers.