Correct spelling for BLOCKA

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Possible correct spellings for blocka

  • Blocked(Definition of blocked)
  • They set off together, up the middle of the street, which gave them more elbow-room than the sidewalk narrowly blocked out of the snow.

  • Bullock(Definition of bullock)
  • Black(Definition of black)
  • It was dead black in the place now.

  • Blog(Definition of blog)
  • he describes neurodiversity as a "tempting escape valve" for many of the people who are on the autism spectrum; and commenting on the supposition of a general acceptance of neurodiversity by those on the spectrum, he says that "most persons with an autism-spectrum disorder have never expressed their opinions on someones blog and never will".

  • Bleak(Definition of bleak)
  • Then a cold bleak wind set in, and we began to think that, after all, there was more in the naturalist than met the eye.

  • Blocks
  • If it were several blocks above or below the street i was on, i should lose time instead of gaining it.

  • Block(Definition of block)
  • Burn their houses, plunder their property, block up their harbours, and destroy their shipping in a few places; and before you have time to proceed to the rest, you will be stopped by entreaties for peace.

    She's so famous on the block She stumbles home around four o' clock

    – Oh Marie by Sheryl Crow
  • Locke
  • Bloch(Definition of bloch)
  • Acknowledgment and thanks for permission to use the following selections are herewith tendered to houghton, mifflin & company, boston, for "looking backward," by edward bellamy; to ginn & company, boston, for the international school of peace, for "the future of war," by jean bloch; and to doubleday, page & company, new york, for "progress and poverty," by henry george.

  • Boobooing
  • Blocs
  • Legislative branch: unicameral parliament or parlamentul (101 seats; parties and electoral blocs, as well as independent candidates, elected by popular vote to serve four-year terms)

  • Flock(Definition of flock)
  • Bock(Definition of bock)
  • Reader, you can never know them from experience unless you go to visit the bell bock; we will therefore cease to tantalize you.

  • Lock(Definition of lock)
  • Blake
  • Joe blake came in the door.

  • Blacks
  • Yarloo grinned both at the thought of the safety of the party and of the discomfiture of the blacks.

  • Brock(Definition of Brock)
  • Bloke(Definition of bloke)
  • Uncle tom, in addition to not liking burglars, is a bloke who has always objected to the idea of being cooked in his sleep, so when he bought the place he saw to it that the fire bell should be something that might give you heart failure, but which you couldn't possibly mistake for the drowsy chirping of a sparrow in the ivy.

  • Blockage(Definition of blockage)
  • It can be used to relieve a blockage in the bile duct, either permanently or as a temporary solution before definite treatment such as surgery.

  • Blockade(Definition of blockade)
  • D. driscoll, to transport the said driscoll to that part outside the confederacy which might happen to be the blockade runner's destination.

  • Clock(Definition of clock)
  • Blocker
  • Sotalol (not considered a "typical beta blocker") timolol

  • Bloc
  • None the less there has long been community of interest and of policy, and the elections of 1912 made it possible for the first time for a combination of the three groups and their allies to outweigh decisively any combination which the parties of the bloc and their allies can oppose.