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Correct spelling for BUTTOON

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Possible correct spellings for buttoon

  • Button(Definition of button)
  • In the little entrance adjoining, with its line-up of door bells, she pressed the button as directed.

  • Baton(Definition of baton)
  • The tension in the audience gave a little; there was a low murmur of approval which increased to a buzz of conversation; the conductor raised his baton and the child with a courtesy ran off the stage.

  • Sutton
  • Mutton(Definition of mutton)
  • Butty(Definition of butty)
  • Burton(Definition of burton)
  • Bombay has received an excellent character from burton and speke.

  • Butte(Definition of Butte)
  • For mitchell had "crammed up" on butte industriously.

  • Buttoning
  • She rose and began buttoning her coat.

  • Bitten(Definition of bitten)
  • If you don't go-you'll get bitten.

  • Dry-Nurse
  • Buttoned(Definition of buttoned)
  • "an' elly precious's lower teeth are through, and his shoes are buttoned inside, i remember now!

  • Buffoon(Definition of buffoon)
  • Its gravity is relieved from time to time with the ridiculous figure or character, the ludicrous incident, the jests and antics of the buffoon.

  • Bittern(Definition of bittern)
  • It is impossible to confound this skull with that of any bittern, the latter having the beak relatively slender and only barely exceeding the skull in length.

  • Hutton(Definition of hutton)
  • Buttons(Definition of Buttons)
  • I'm sure, caudle, no man's buttons in the world are better looked after than yours.

  • Boon(Definition of boon)
  • She then replied: "my lord, when i first left my native land and came into this country as your bride you promised to grant me at once the first boon i asked.

  • Butting(Definition of Butting)
  • At the square, two end logs projected a foot or eighteen inches beyond the wall to receive the butting poles, as they were called, against which the ends of the first row of clapboards was supported.

  • Barton(Definition of Barton)
  • "the best thing you can do," said barton; "and be sure you send for me if you want me, or if you ever hear anything more of mr. cranley.

  • Butane(Definition of butane)
  • Butane and 1-butene are common impurities, present at 1% or more in industrial mixtures, which also contain smaller amounts of isobutene, butadiene and butyne.

  • Biotin(Definition of biotin)
  • When biotinidase activity is deficient, biotin can be neither recycled within the body nor removed from ingested food.

  • Batten
  • Then mr. batten held his peace, while thompson stood up and scanned the wide expanse of sea.

  • Buttock(Definition of buttock)
  • The bulls become black with age, excepting always the white stockings and a white patch on each buttock.

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