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Correct spelling for BUASY

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Possible correct spellings for buasy

  • Busby(Definition of busby)
  • I am told that he had at least one fierce row with busby-" "we'll come to that," interjected carmody, as durgin left the chair.

  • Bass(Definition of bass)
  • Seated in the moonlight, the minister wondered vaguely whether jethro bass were troubling the girl.

  • Disconcertions
  • Baas(Definition of baas)
  • "yes, baas," said the black gruffly; "eat um all fast."

  • Buy(Definition of buy)
  • Burs
  • The chestnut-trees were clustered on a small, rocky knoll, their golden-brown leaves fluttering in the sunlight, their great, rich, bursting green burs bending down the boughs and dropping to the ground.

  • Busty
  • Bs(Definition of bs)
  • Arizona: coconino co. : san francisco mtn., 3 bs, 6 cmnh.

  • Beaus(Definition of Beaus)
  • Together with a short supplement to the fop-dictionary: compos'd for the use of the town beaus.

  • For
  • Bus(Definition of bus)
  • As each bus stopped, there came momentary scramble and confusion until inside and out they filled up.

  • Buys
  • Bursa(Definition of bursa)
  • -chronic inflammatory changes occurring in connection with the navicular bursa, affecting variously the bursa itself, the perforans tendon, or the navicular bone, and characterized by changes in the form of the hoof and persisting lameness.

  • Buoys
  • "they are provided with lifeboats, buoys, and other necessary things to enable them to do so successfully.

  • Buss(Definition of buss)
  • With tender steps he trod, to see if he could spy the man that did him so molest; which he with heavy eye had soon beheld, and said, alas! my own sweetheart, i now do doubt, if e'er we buss, it must be in a cart.

  • Busy(Definition of busy)
  • Discommends
  • Bias(Definition of bias)
  • There is never any doubt about his genuineness, or that what he states is free from bias and romantic exaggeration.

  • Bossy(Definition of bossy)
  • Don't you think it's the beautifulest bossy ever you saw?

  • Bursae
  • Inflammation of the bursae is called bursitis.

  • Base(Definition of base)
  • Do you suppose we are near the base of the mountain?

  • Brays
  • People talked tremendously, and commented upon the absence of the vinings, and their treatment of their old friends, the brays.

  • Bay(Definition of bay)
  • Lincoln had kept the enemy at bay much longer than was anticipated by friend or foe.

  • Bsa
  • The reaction of bsa with alcohols gives the corresponding trimethylsilyl ether, together with n-(trimethylsilyl)acetamide as a byproduct: roh + me3sinc(osime3)me → me3sin(h)c(o)me + rosime3

  • Bays(Definition of Bays)
  • He is very angry with you, because he has been obliged to sell some of mena's gold-bays.

  • Bars
  • And as soon as he had played a few bars, audrey gave a start, fortunately not a physical start, and she blushed also.

  • Bursar(Definition of bursar)
  • In the leases of the more distant farms it was usual to stipulate that the tenant should provide "horse meat and man's meat" for the master and bursar and their servants while on a tour of inspection.

  • Discommodities
  • Boys
  • "this is one of the boys from st. mark's.

  • Boas
  • "ostrich wool boas in all colours, price, one shilling and three farthings," they were ticketed.

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