Correct spelling for BLEAQUE

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Possible correct spellings for bleaque

  • Blame(Definition of blame)
  • I-" "i don't blame her.

  • Bleak(Definition of bleak)
  • But bleak november found no admittance in mrs. alford's cosey parlor.

  • Barque(Definition of barque)
  • In the church of the servites he painted the chapel of st nicholas, belonging to the palagio family, with stories of that saint, where, in his painting of a barque, he has clearly shown with the greatest judgment and grace, that he had a thorough knowledge of a tempestuous sea and of the fury of fortune.

  • League(Definition of league)
  • Beagle(Definition of beagle)
  • Subsequent observations, taken by captain stokes, in command of her majesty's surveying ship, the beagle, differ slightly from the result of mr. tyers' observations, but they prove beyond doubt, the care and accuracy with which the latter officer carried on his survey.

  • Oblique(Definition of oblique)
  • Black(Definition of black)
  • It vanished instantly, into measureless black silence.

    Soon it will turn to black, soon it will turn to black One direction with no turning back

    – Zigota by blackfield
  • Braque
  • In the early twentieth century pablo picasso and georges braque appropriated objects from a non-art context into their work.

  • Beleaguer(Definition of beleaguer)
  • Such leading questions, and their endless incidental ones: of september anarchists and departmental guard; of grain riots, plaintiff interior ministers; of armies, hassenfratz dilapidations; and what is to be done with louis,-beleaguer and embroil this convention; which would so gladly make the constitution rather.

  • Bleaker
  • Bleaker than unmossed stone our lives were but for this immortal gain of unstilled longing and inspiring pain!

  • Plaque(Definition of plaque)
  • Bleat(Definition of bleat)
  • Heidi was now in her eighth year; she had learnt all kinds of useful things from her grandfather; she knew how to look after the goats as well as any one, and little swan and bear would follow her like two faithful dogs, and give a loud bleat of pleasure when they heard her voice.

  • Blaze(Definition of blaze)
  • Then on the instant there burst between him and it a blaze of light, and he fell to the ground.

  • Blue(Definition of blue)
  • From the blue posts, eh?

  • Basque(Definition of basque)
  • For about an hour he would continue to be on basque soil; then, it would end.

  • Burlesque(Definition of burlesque)
  • The officers took, as usual, a puerile revenge in the form of a burlesque.

  • Claque(Definition of claque)
  • Blase(Definition of blase)
  • When she joined us in the room where the dinner was laid, my friend, the highwayman, blase as he was, could not repress his admiration.

  • Blake
  • To her blake turned.

  • Blade(Definition of blade)
  • He used the small blade, and it wore away so quickly that there could be no chance it would last to complete the work.

    Animal lust and it burns like a buzzsaw blade Dripping wet, we laugh at this charade

    – Burns Like A Buzzsaw Blade by annihilator
  • Blear(Definition of blear)
  • The horse-racing and cockfighting contingent in the house of commons is well represented; the blear eyes, the poddy pudge, the bulbous beak-all these are in evidence.

  • Blare(Definition of blare)
  • I would not blare it from the newscasters' microphone, but if he is hatching any plot, he has been too clever for my agents.

  • Belau
  • Belau aquaculture is the only company in the region cultivating ornamental sponges.