Correct spelling for BLACKY

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Possible correct spellings for blacky

  • Balky(Definition of balky)
  • It is pride in our political system and our form of government-balky sometimes, mechanically deficient perhaps, in many ways-but enormously alive and vigorous; able through these years to keep the republic on the right course, rising to the great occasions, accomplishing the essentials, meeting the basic challenge of our times.

  • Back(Definition of back)
  • I think i shall not come back here."

  • Blacken(Definition of blacken)
  • Yes, mr. carling, i have trotted our thoroughfares a poor polly of the pen; and it is owing to victor radnor that i can order my thoughts as an individual man again before i blacken paper.

  • Balk(Definition of balk)
  • Seaman would never forgive me if i balk at it!"

  • Lucky(Definition of lucky)
  • You are a very lucky girl!

  • Blake
  • Perhaps mrs. blake had returned from town.

  • Black(Definition of black)
  • Regina walked fast, and began to overtake her father, and the dog turned his head and growled at the tall woman in black.

    Black on black Three bodies in the Back of my Cadillac Which means its going to

    – All American Nightmare (Single) by hinder
  • Bleak(Definition of bleak)
  • The plain looked bleak and barren, and the cold which our travellers now felt added to the desolateness of the scene.

  • Bloc
  • Individually they ranged in hue from the rose-tinted spectacles of the americans to the dark brown of the soviet bloc.

  • Becky
  • So mr. and mrs. norton went into the farmhouse, and the children went hand-in-hand down the garden, looking for becky and tiza.

  • Lackey(Definition of lackey)
  • "he must come at another time," cried ebenstreit, impatiently, "i am busy now; i-" "excuse me, baron," replied an earnest, gentle voice behind him, "that i have followed the lackey and entered unbidden.

  • Block(Definition of block)
  • And though that bronze block, were it hurled at king's head, might have been the death of him, she was not once in doubt as to the end of this conflict.

  • Bulky(Definition of bulky)
  • Dave took the bulky letter and opened its envelope.

  • Blacks
  • The astonished marcy, who did not understand the situation any better than the frightened blacks did, fully expected so hear them refuse duty; but jack had so worked upon their feelings that they were afraid to do it.

  • Blank(Definition of blank)
  • Filled with curiosity, she pulled off the last wrapping, and with a face at first very blank stared before her....

  • Blackly
  • Jimmie followed, cursing blackly.

  • Blacked(Definition of Blacked)
  • A faint crackle of sound reached harry's ears; then the world blacked out....

  • Lack(Definition of lack)
  • Just in the nick of time dave darrin recalled one of the regulations to which he had hitherto paid little heed for lack of use.