Correct spelling for BILBE

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Possible correct spellings for bilbe

  • Bill(Definition of bill)
  • "that's st. john's," answered bill, a little proud of his knowledge.

  • Bale(Definition of bale)
  • At irregular and generally unexpected times he would turn up in toronto with a bale of furs, a sack of mineralogical specimens, and a book of geological notes, which would presently appear in the "university science quarterly," or even in more important publications.

  • Bilbo(Definition of Bilbo)
  • Bible(Definition of bible)
  • He was a man of one book and that book the bible, which he knew almost by heart.

  • Blob(Definition of blob)
  • He lifted one foot that was a black blob of mud, tried to locate more solid footing on which to place it, and gave it up as a bad job.

  • Bilge(Definition of bilge)
  • Bowers came next with an electric torch, which he shone downwards whilst i got into the water, hanging on to the bottom rungs of the ladder leading to the bilge.

  • Bilbao
  • Babe(Definition of babe)
  • That fellow gray is still hanging round babe.

  • Billie
  • Blue(Definition of blue)
  • When i got there he was blue in the face.

  • Blab(Definition of blab)
  • He had no notion that i should blab about the loan: he wished that to remain always a secret.

  • Bribe(Definition of bribe)
  • I had to take her clear downtown and buy her ice cream and things before she could understand the gravity of the case at all- no, indeed, miss allstairs, i didn't bribe her.

  • Bulb(Definition of bulb)
  • This floor was lit by a single small bulb hanging from a socket in the ceiling.

  • Bib(Definition of bib)
  • And lady grace resumed a brown-holland apron and bib, and opening her hands with a laugh, showed their black insides, then took up her implements.

  • Bole(Definition of bole)
  • Round the descending sun the clouds glowed purple; summer tints, rather indian than english, suffused the horizon, and cast rosy reflections on hillside, house-front, tree-bole, on winding road and undulating pasture-ground.

  • Archnesses
  • Bile(Definition of bile)
  • He considered that in proportion as midshipmen assumed a cleaner and more gentlemanly appearance, so did they become more useless, and it may therefore be easily imagined that his bile was raised by this parade and display in a lad, who was very shortly to be, and ought three weeks before to have been, shrinking from his frown.