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Possible correct spellings for bocany

  • Benny(Definition of benny)
  • Benny shrieked at her.

  • Bang(Definition of bang)
  • At one time he shivered, when the street door of the house shut again with a bang; but he did not wake up.

  • Beckon(Definition of beckon)
  • The blue skies and green slopes beckon to them to come out and begin again.

  • Discommended
  • Corny(Definition of corny)
  • Boxen(Definition of Boxen)
  • Daniel macpherson as whit carmichael grace huang as claire grenich luke hemsworth as charlie kent luke ford as chester huntington bren foster as morgan jacklar dwaine stevenson as rex mannings harry pavlidis as harris menzies louisa mignone as philipa boxen kevin copeland as seet johanson richard huggett as montoli tess haubrich as lisa carmichael matt minto as the chief andy rodoreda as sefton norick paul winchester as david ponter brendan clearkin as depot sergeant hackford richard maait as matson damon manna as father

  • Bogey(Definition of bogey)
  • All this bogey business is getting on your nerves, eh?

  • Baccy
  • Hush, my joy and sorrow, daddy'll come to-morrow bringing baccy, tea and snuff and brandy home from france; and he'll run the goods ashore while the old collectors snore and the wicked troopers gamble in the dens of penzance.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • Who with any feeling for terror has not been startled by the tap, tap of the cane of old pew in "treasure island"?

  • Began(Definition of Began)
  • Who began that name?

  • Bonny(Definition of bonny)
  • How have you served him, john, my bonny lad?

  • Borne(Definition of Borne)
  • Suddenly a wild shriek was borne to her ears.

  • Boon(Definition of boon)
  • And i, who have not laboured, nor borne the heat of noon, receive thy tranquil quiet- an undeserved boon.

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • Think you can keep up?

  • Bone(Definition of bone)
  • Just a bone occasionally and any scraps there are.

  • Botany(Definition of botany)
  • At the end of last century the english captain cook formed the first successful european settlement- botany bay-in what he called new south wales, at the south- eastern extremity of the island.

  • Bean(Definition of bean)
  • "it was maggie bean back in shelby, where we come from.

  • Bowman(Definition of bowman)
  • Mrs. bowman uttered a smothered exclamation.

  • Becky
  • "we never have a bath in the river," said becky, looking very much astonished at the idea.

  • Joan
  • Dissipaters
  • Boone
  • At that time the fame of daniel boone had filled the eastern states, and young finn had read with avidity the adventures of that bold pioneer.

  • Bunny(Definition of bunny)
  • Bunny thought he was quite a big boy, but of course grandpa knew what was right.

  • Ban(Definition of ban)
  • And when ban and bors understood the letters, then they were more welcome than they were before.

  • Boxy(Definition of boxy)
  • Philippine plantains (called saba or cardaba bananas) are much smaller than the latin american varieties, usually around 4–5 inches and somewhat boxy in shape.

  • Bock(Definition of bock)
  • He was very persistent, and i had to threaten to set bock at him.

  • Carny
  • Barry longyears circus world books circus world, city of baraboo and elephant song are science fiction, set on a planet populated by the descendants of a crashed space-going circus, with preserved and evolved carny culture elements including performance as a means of barter.

  • Bono
  • Bono did not disclose any part of his commission, or produce any of his papers, until we were all duly assembled in council; but as soon as he mentioned the nature of his business, we stopped any discussion on the matter, by telling him that tapia himself had long ago left new spain again, and we advised him to repair to mexico, and lay his commission before cortes.

  • Koan(Definition of koan)
  • Boleyn
  • The two cardinals, campeggi and wolsey, had to begin judicial proceedings: king and queen appeared before the court, articles were put forward, witnesses heard: the correspondence shows that the king and anne boleyn expected with much confidence a speedy and favourable decision.

  • Canny(Definition of canny)
  • Well, you might reply, -if that is the way things stand, it would be putting a big premium on canny foresight.

  • Toucan(Definition of toucan)
  • Cony(Definition of cony)
  • Bacon(Definition of bacon)
  • At night it is necessary to tie up the sacks of bacon in the trees or build trestles for them.

  • Boggy(Definition of boggy)
  • The driver swore in an undertone as the hack lurched and groaned in a boggy series of ruts, and a branch whipped him in the face.

  • Scan(Definition of scan)
  • Bonn
  • In november of this year he bade farewell to bonn and his friends, and set forth on his journey, though not, we may be sure, without regrets at parting with such true helpers and sympathisers as count waldstein, the breunings, and the man to whom he owed so much-christian neefe.

  • Bane(Definition of bane)
  • 43. on the fell i know a warrior maid to sleep, over her waves the linden's bane.

  • Born(Definition of born)
  • And then the shudder born of the thought of death returned to him.

  • Balcony(Definition of balcony)
  • The young officer came to the balcony alone.

  • Brainy(Definition of brainy)
  • In october 2002, five below was founded by david schlessinger, founder of encore books and zany brainy, and tom vellios who was the former ceo of zany brainy.

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • Bran bread should be substituted for white bread.

  • Brogan(Definition of brogan)
  • Brogan or obrogan, is a surname originating in ireland, anglicized from the original ó brógáin.

  • Bank(Definition of bank)
  • Inclosed was a bank-note of a hundred dollars.

  • Joann
  • Bonk
  • In the arcade version, bonk is also assisted by a female version of himself.

  • Bani
  • In october 2017, a former guard at the bani walid camp, osman matammud, was convicted in milan, italy of murder, abduction, and sexual violence against female detainees at the bani walid detention camp.

  • Bony(Definition of bony)
  • Suddenly an olive-skinned hand shot out and clutched his own bony, strong fingers.

  • Beacon(Definition of beacon)
  • After that ida mary always left a lamp burning low in the kitchen window, and the little print shop, set on the high tableland, served as a beacon for travelers who were lost on the plains.

  • Brawny(Definition of brawny)
  • The brawny irishman wheeled and strode back toward the front car of the train.

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