Correct spelling for BUY

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Possible correct spellings for buy

  • Bay(Definition of bay)
  • She could trust herself to hold st. cloud at bay now, as it could not be for more than a few minutes.

  • Bey(Definition of bey)
  • The practical part of the undertaking was entrusted by mr. horner to an armenian officer of engineers, hekekyan bey, who had for many years pursued his scientific studies in england, and was in every way highly qualified for the task.

  • Bug(Definition of bug)
  • So when i rounds into the street again and bears down on this gang foreman i has him bug-eyed from the start.

  • Bub(Definition of Bub)
  • Large black birds swept slowly round and round, and though startled by the approaching hub-bub were not scared away.

  • Bus(Definition of bus)
  • She was passing the gillman department store when her attention was drawn to a woman who waited for a bus.

  • Boy(Definition of boy)
  • "it is farewell to-day, my boy.

  • By(Definition of by)
  • Illustrated by georg hartmann.

  • Buoy(Definition of buoy)
  • The shoalest water lies from 4 to 5 miles n. by e. from the buoy, where there is 22 fathoms.

  • Buy(Definition of buy)
  • Come now, and to-morrow we'll buy out the town for him."

  • Bur(Definition of bur)
  • You will easily imagine how much this speech pleased me, and how awkwardly i answered it; i hemmed once or twice (for it gave me a bur in my throat) before i could tell her that i was very much obliged to her; that it was true, that i had a great deal of reason to distrust my own behavior, not being used to fine company; and that i should be proud of being her novice, and receiving her instructions.

  • Bury(Definition of bury)
  • Now i looked at guatemoc who had slain him, wondering if my hour was at hand also, for i knew well that when princes bury their wealth they hold that few should share the secret.

  • Guy(Definition of guy)
  • This guy has got friends.

  • Busy(Definition of busy)
  • I felt toler'ble busy.

  • Bu
  • St. joseph, 32,431; of kansas city,-chicago of the west,-55,787. number farms, 215,575; average value per acre, cleared land, $14.52; woodland, $8.25. corn crop, 1884, 197,850,000 bu.

  • Buys
  • I have a friend who buys a ticket for the first part, and he comes out and gives to me his pass-back check, and i return for the last act.

  • Bun(Definition of bun)
  • Margy did not answer in words, but she did by crawling out from where she had been sitting next to mun bun.

  • Bum(Definition of bum)
  • Now, said guffey, here's my idea: as a witness you're on the bum, but as a spy, you're it.

  • But(Definition of but)
  • We had a few, but none were big enough.

  • Bud(Definition of bud)
  • And how europe just missed being plunged into a tremendous war i shall tell of in my secret mission that nipped war in the bud.