Correct spelling for BLOCKD

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Possible correct spellings for blockd

  • Bloc
  • Before a week was past, the budding romance was discerned not only by the different members of the household, but by the village en bloc; and while parents discussed prospects and settlements, and the schoolboys planned holiday visits to "jean's house," mrs jones of the general stores moved the position of a row of sweet-bottles in the shop window, in order to enjoy a better view of the daily encounter, and the boatmen waiting impatiently for customers consulted their watches on the appearance of either of the interesting couple, and indulging an apparently ingrained habit, bet pennies together concerning the time which would elapse before the advent of "t'other," and still jean wrapped herself in her mantle of reserve, and refused to mention gloucester's name even in private conclave with her friend.

  • Blockader(Definition of Blockader)
  • In our next paper, we shall endeavor to picture some of the effects of naval life on character, and the strange experiences one can have on shipboard, even in the monotony of life on a blockader.

  • Blocks
  • There was a ceaseless scattering of mud; there were blocks in the traffic, attended with rough jest or angry curse; there was jostling on the crowded pavement.

  • Locked(Definition of locked)
  • Black(Definition of black)
  • If you don't, i shall be in her mother's black books for the rest of my life.

  • Block(Definition of block)
  • He also had a new silk hat made from his special block, and he would doubtless be compelled to have his hair trimmed up a bit about the nineteenth or twentieth, if the weather turned a trifle warmer.

  • Boobooing
  • Bloke(Definition of bloke)
  • Ar, if a bloke wus only understood!

  • Blockade(Definition of blockade)
  • For their golden privileges the blockade runners took a portion of their cargo on government account.

  • Blacked(Definition of Blacked)
  • A little pucker came and blacked itself between his eyebrows.

  • Blocker
  • Non-depolarizing blocking agents a neuromuscular non-depolarizing agent is a form of neuromuscular blocker that does not depolarize the motor end plate.

  • Blocked(Definition of blocked)
  • There was a complete block in the doorway, and the passage was also blocked by a hand-cart, which happened to be there, and a large and cheering crowd of spectators.

  • Blood(Definition of blood)
  • The handsome miramon, of french blood, shrugged his shoulders.