Correct spelling for BACE
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Possible correct spellings for bace
- ace Our post-chaise was several times within an ace of being overturned, and your carriage is much heavier.
- babe She called the babe Moses.
- bach It will be a pleasant thing for us to see if we can arrange these names in order, beginning with the oldest, Bach and Handel, and coming down to the latest.
- back "I must go back.
- bade Judgment had bade her to break her word to him, and she had obeyed her judgment.
- bake Bake in an oven as quick as you can make it without burning.
- bale I traveled night and day, most of the time walking, and being passed along from one Chinaman to another, or, when we were alone, being slung on a pole between two coolies like a bale of goods.
- bane Finished is his bane.
- bare On the first floor the doors of the two rooms stood open, and the rooms were bare.
- base The worst of being ill was that it made so many things and people look base.
- bate To wait a bit, and thin go round wid a thick shtick and bate all their heads.
- brace Then I tries to brace him up.
- dace Some of these escaped, or were set free by the fishermen at the end of their day's fishing, and now the Sussex Ouse contains more dace for its size than any other river I have ever seen.
- face The face has vanished into darkness.
- lace His hand nearest to me hung down listlessly, with the lace over it.
- mace The remaining barley will make good barley Cream, being boiled with fresh Cream and a little Cinnamon and Mace; to which you may add a little Rosemary and Sugar, when it is taken from the fire: or butter it as you do wheat.
- pace The foremost, as the butt whizzed by his cheek, drew back a pace.
- race Are you going to enter the boat race at the picnic?
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