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Possible correct spellings for boubt

  • Bot(Definition of bot)
  • After the room-service bot had left, we cracked the beers and pulled chairs out onto the porch.

  • Boast(Definition of boast)
  • "this is the truth," said the wrinkled huk; he did not boast but rather seemed awed.

  • Bust(Definition of bust)
  • On a pedestal opposite the fireplace was the colossal bust of balzac by david.

  • Bounty(Definition of bounty)
  • It wouldn't have been honorable in you to let your father support you after you were old enough to earn your own living, and it isn't honorable in you, with your present opinions, to live on your uncle's bounty, and to be discontented and rebellious at that, for that's about what it all amounts to.

  • Bolt(Definition of bolt)
  • She instantly stood bolt upright.

  • Bunt(Definition of bunt)
  • The bunts had consolidated themselves as a land owning feudal caste grouping bunt families controlled several villages and lived in a manor house.

  • Bruit(Definition of bruit)
  • Compression of celiac artery and celiac ganglia by the median arcuate ligament can lead to the median arcuate ligament syndrome, which is characterized by abdominal pain, weight loss, and an epigastric bruit.

  • Blurt(Definition of blurt)
  • I was minded to blurt out the fact that she was not my niece at all; that i had no authority over her in any way.

  • Bluet
  • Norfolk damselfly or dark bluet (coenagrion armatum) is a species of blue damselfly of the family coenagrionidae.

  • Bout(Definition of bout)
  • My opponent's habit of wild living suited ill with a prolonged bout, and as his strength and breath failed and he began to give ground i discerned i had only to wear him out to have him at my mercy.

  • Boost(Definition of boost)
  • For the present i am convinced that the n.c.o. is a corporate joke, sprung on the dear public by the trinidad redwood timber company to get the said dear public excited, create a real-estate boom, and boost timber-values.

  • Boat(Definition of boat)
  • "listen," said i. "let us take the little boat, and put off to meet them.

  • Boot(Definition of boot)
  • Some time after returning to chicago i was making a real estate trade, and we were a little slow in adjusting the difference in values and closing the deal, and finally as "boot" to make things even i threw in these fifty gold mines.

  • Bubo(Definition of bubo)
  • The remainder of the plague rats exhibited only two of the signs of plague infection, namely, bubo and oedema of the surrounding tissue, and eventually hemorrhages.

  • Bound(Definition of bound)
  • Give him some sign that he may know you for a catholic, and when you are alone with him tell him where you are bound."

  • Disconsolations
  • Bub(Definition of Bub)
  • No, bub, not gold.

  • Brut(Definition of brut)
  • Australia produces its own brut aftershave which is purported to have a slightly different scent.

  • Burt(Definition of burt)
  • Burt is thoughtless about little things, but he would not leave me in suspense on such a night as this.

  • Booby(Definition of booby)
  • I am but little wiser than the booby brother!

  • Doubt(Definition of doubt)
  • Bobs
  • Thus we will get rid of these dry bobs, the mice."

  • Bought(Definition of Bought)
  • Do you remember where you bought it for me?

  • Boob(Definition of boob)
  • No one had been that night but boob aheera.

  • Bobbi
  • They see through surveillance footage that skye had accidentally brought down a section of the forest when confronted by agents bobbi morse and tomas calderon, part of a faction of s.

  • Bobby
  • Bobby also at times was inclined to be a little sentimental.

  • Bob(Definition of bob)
  • I felt that nothing now could check bob.

  • But(Definition of but)
  • But you might think it something wrong.

  • Bobbed
  • In the "mercurius publicus," june 28-july 5, 1660, is the following advertisement, apparently drawn up by the king himself: "we must call upon you again for a black dog between a greyhound and a spaniel, no white about him, onely a streak on his brest, and his tayl a little bobbed.

  • Robt
  • About(Definition of about)
  • Who you talkin' about?

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