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Correct spelling for BOULD

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Possible correct spellings for bould

  • Bulled
  • Blood(Definition of blood)
  • In our very earliest nursery days, long before we could point to cornwall on the map, we learned to repeat: fee, fi, fo, fum, i smell the blood of a cornishman.

  • Bolder
  • At last, one man, bolder than his fellows, took with him a herd of goats, and set himself down by the cave, and offered them one by one to the thlen.

  • Baled
  • The whir of threshing machines was heard in the valleys of the alamar rancho, and wagons loaded with baled hay went from the fields like moving hills.

  • Bolus(Definition of bolus)
  • If a pill or bolus, dip it in oil, and put it well down and against the roof of her mouth.

  • Loud(Definition of loud)
  • Bald(Definition of bald)
  • My statements are so bald, somehow.

  • Bod
  • There are many sizes of the bod bottle.

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • Keep a bold front."

  • Baldy(Definition of baldy)
  • Old baldy seemed to understand, for he looked sheepish, and lapsed once more into his listless, lazy unconcern.

  • Bole(Definition of bole)
  • She bit her lips, as by sheer strength of elbow and knee he snapped the offending bole short off-one of those quick exhibitions of reserved strength that every woman likes.

  • Bollard(Definition of bollard)
  • The baltic features a bollard pull of 127 tons and a maximum speed of 17 knots (31 km/h; 20 mph).

  • Would(Definition of would)
  • Old(Definition of old)
  • Bowled(Definition of Bowled)
  • Poor old norah's just about bowled over.

  • Built(Definition of built)
  • As he stole into the grounds this evening he had noticed, however, that the rope-ladder was gone, and that new steps were being built.

  • Bout(Definition of bout)
  • You almost look as if you'd come from a drinking bout and had all sorts of fancies and notions in your head.

  • Blued
  • The elegant but effective 1803 pattern sword that the british government authorized for use by infantry officers during the wars against napoleon featured a curved sabre blade which was often blued and engraved by the owner in accordance with his personal taste, and was based on the famously agile 1796 light cavalry sabre that was renowned for its brutal cutting power.

  • Burled(Definition of burled)
  • Baud
  • Perhaps from o. fr. baud, a white hound; baud-ir, to excite dogs to the chace.

  • Blt
  • 2010: the first blt boutique supermarket opened.

  • Boil(Definition of boil)
  • It will be an hour upon the fire before it boil.

  • Could(Definition of could)
  • Build(Definition of build)
  • The emperor promised to build him a castle on the borders of the rhine, which was to be called harfeneck.

  • Bound(Definition of bound)
  • With a bound, arthur was upon the sword, and no sooner had he it within his grasp than he knew it, of a truth, to be his own sword excalibur.

  • Boyd
  • A low whistle of surprise escaped boyd.

  • Mould(Definition of mould)
  • Bud(Definition of bud)
  • Go up, bud, an' get him."

  • Bowl(Definition of bowl)
  • What a wonderful bowl!

  • Boiled(Definition of boiled)
  • She was wrangling with nick over the best means of attacking a boiled egg with one hand.

  • Boulder(Definition of boulder)
  • Thet was onct i dropped down into boulder.

  • Bolt(Definition of bolt)
  • I bolt the doors from the inside of the big room, and they're shut out agin.

  • Boll(Definition of boll)
  • =history:= the cotton boll weevil is not a native of the united states.

  • Bull(Definition of bull)
  • Wade raised his rifle and looked through the sight at the bull, and let him pass.

  • Bled
  • Their bodies were unwounded, but their spirits bled in agony.

  • Bola(Definition of bola)
  • It was succeeded by persatuan sepak bola indonesia bandung (psib) ('bandung indonesian football association) and teams affiliated to the national voetball bond (nvb).

  • Gould(Definition of gould)
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