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Correct spelling for BILLFISH
We think the word billfish 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 billfish
- Blemish(Definition of blemish)
- Bluefish(Definition of bluefish)
- Blush(Definition of blush)
- Lavish(Definition of lavish)
- Wolfish(Definition of wolfish)
- Bullish(Definition of bullish)
- Shellfish(Definition of shellfish)
- Elfish(Definition of elfish)
- Jellyfish(Definition of jellyfish)
- Sailfish(Definition of sailfish)
- Bullfinch(Definition of bullfinch)
- Bullfight(Definition of bullfight)
- Selfish(Definition of selfish)
- Bluish(Definition of bluish)
It is not true that a wish for reward is unworthy of real virtue, and throws a blemish upon its purity.
You'd think the wild geese roosted on the flagpole nights, and the bluefish clogged up the bay so's you could walk on their back fins without wetting your feet-that is, if you wore rubbers and trod light.
But hush, to praise a face praiseworthy, makes it blush.
It's not a gross infatuation It's not a fear, it's not a crush It's not any special nation But even now they make me blush– Red by XTC
The paste is hard and of a blueish cast, finely glazed, and it betrays its dresden origin.
In the 1800s, jails and holding cells were nicknamed "bullpens", in respect of many police officers bullish features – strength and a short temper.
Parpon climbed up on a pile of untired wheels, and with an elfish grin began singing.
The gar-pike, bony-pike, or bill-fish.
Doubling back on her own body, she glided to her perch beneath the roof, shook her damp hair back, set the trapeze flying, and curled up on the bar, resting as fearlessly and securely as a bullfinch in a tree-top.
Walker jamieson, we're headed for a bullfight and you're going along with us whether you want to or not.
After a second or two he caught a glimpse of bluish flame that flashed suddenly and died again, somewhere below to the right.