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Correct spelling for BOEER

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Possible correct spellings for boeer

  • Bowler
  • Beer
  • There are seven beer tents.

  • Be
  • "they will be right for him," he said.

  • Bear
  • It was more than she could bear.

  • Beyer
  • The co-founders of air berlin usa were: kim lundgren, a former berlin-based flight engineer of pan american world airways; john macdonald, a former station manager of united states supplemental[nb 1] and charter airline saturn airways at berlin tempelhof airport in the 1960s and subsequent general manager europe and vice president at the berlin tegel airport base of the former united states supplemental carrier and charter airline modern air from 1968 until 1974; mort beyer, modern air's executive vice president from 1967 until 1971 as well as the airlines president and vice president of the national air carrier association[nb 2] in 1971 and founder of united states aviation consultancy avmark.

  • Been
  • He would have been done for.

  • Boer
  • As it was, the boer commandant withdrew his artillery from the fight and relied solely upon his rifles.

  • Beeper
  • Beeper" (song), the debut single by the count and sinden beeper (film), a 2002 film

  • Border
  • Bee
  • Bee waited for no further instructions.

  • Bar
  • I'm at the bar."

  • Boa
  • A lady paying a visit may remove her boa or neckerchief; but neither her shawl nor bonnet.

  • Bauer
  • Because bauer does not raise the question to this level he falls into contradictions.

  • Boomer
  • Bower
  • Boxer
  • Bonner
  • Boyer
  • Booker
  • Bose
  • Boozer
  • Beef
  • It was his habit to come in from a morning's work with a healthy young appetite keen-set for her beef and vegetables.

  • Boar
  • When the wild boar had reached a certain height, the snake pressed him against a tree with a force that crushed his bones and stifled him.

  • Bother
  • Bey
  • In all probability this movement of mourad bey was the result of news he had received respecting plans formed at constantinople, and the landing which took place a short time after in the roads of aboukir.

  • Bees
  • I hate bees and i hate being busy!

  • Boy
  • Beep
  • "beep, ten," the signal came through.

  • Boor
  • Bode
  • Ele. pray heaven it bode me no unhappinesse!

  • Beery
  • The mighty barnum (1934) – played by wallace beery.

  • O'er
  • Bow
  • E'er
  • Beet
  • That smathers boy was here about ten minutes ago, red as a beet, askin' fer susie.

  • Boater
  • The boater is a fairly formal hat, equivalent in formality to the homburg, and so is correctly worn either in its original setting with a blazer, or in the same situations as a homburg, such as a smart lounge suit, or with black tie.

  • Boo
  • Boers
  • At sunset he arrived, without having encountered the boers, at the base of bulwana.

  • Bo
  • A few more people came into the car, but not many, and after what seemed a long wait to sunny, they heard the conductor's long-drawn-out "all a-bo-ard!"

  • Beers
  • Then peter and i went ashore and swaggered into lisbon as if we owned de beers.

  • Booger
  • Disenablement
  • Bonier
  • Boiler
  • The boiler in the kubisch cloth factory had burst, a part of the huge building near it was in flames, and a large portion of the walls had fallen.

  • Bohr
  • The azimuthal quantum number was carried over from the bohr model of the atom, and was posited by arnold sommerfeld.

  • Bier
  • The coffin was carried by a detachment of the seaforth highlanders through the room in which her majesty awaited the procession, and conveyed to the chapel, where a short service was afterwards held in the presence of the queen and the near relatives of the dead, and where the nearest of all, the widowed duchess, paid one brief last visit to the bier.

  • Bur
  • Bole
  • There is a noble old wreck of an elm at hatfield, which used to spread its claws out over a circumference of thirty-five feet or more before they covered the foot of its bole up with earth.

  • Bone
  • Take all the raw meat from the other chicken, rejecting the skin and bones, but you do not have to bone this one carefully.

  • Bore
  • Borer
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