Correct spelling for BAE

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Possible correct spellings for bae

  • ba It is my Ba-my Heart or Soul-bird carrying the gift of my love: I should with difficulty have prevented myself from snapping out, Thanks very much; but, my good girl, I'm in no mood to talk tommy-rot.
  • baa So any letter that is written twice, and not twice sounded, must there be once mute; as the last in baa, ebb, add, see, staff, egg, all, inn, coo, err, less, buzz.
  • babe But my surprise may be imagined when I saw that the father and mother of the child were in an ecstasy of joy; they were certain that the babe had been carried straight to heaven.
  • bad Oh, it's too bad.
  • bade Sir, said Gouvernail, here is a knight near hand that desireth to speak with you: he bade me say he would do you service.
  • bag There she packed a few things in a bag; she was not going to take much.
  • bake "We'll go back to that bake-shop we passed a little while ago, and get something to eat.
  • bale Besides, when men have to bale they cannot give that undivided attention to the oars which is needful.
  • ban The scarlet stains upon the body, and especially upon the face, of the victim were the pest ban which shut him out from the aid and from the sympathy of his fellow-men.
  • bane His crowded guts unnumber'd scrawls contain, The scandal of our country and the bane; His bleeding entrails shew some great design, Which shall abortive prove, as I divine; But, freedom lost, nor danger do I see, If we can only with ourselves agree.
  • bap (2004) "Bennet, Abraham (bap.
  • bar And that, bar the funeral, was the end of Mrs. Tufton.
  • bare When the trunk was empty, the room looked less forlorn, though still pretty bare, for in Peggy's home little thought was given to anything not of practical use.
  • base Spread of uprights at base 4'-2".
  • bat My total programme for the day was just to bat around Boothbay.
  • bate "Your little lady would only give me three hundred and thirty francs for the whole; as true as heaven's above us, I only make fifteen francs by the bargain, for I did not try to get the things as cheaply as I might, for I hadn't the heart to bate 'em down; the people who sold 'em seemed so uncommon miserable!"
  • bay Moreover, the boat was not drifting in the direction of the shore, but up the bay, where there was at least ten miles of water before me.
  • be You oughter be ashamed.
  • bee When I presently went forth from the house, a bee-keeper's waggon was slowly moving from the court-yard.
  • bye "Good-bye, then, Miss Hepsy.
  • Bah Then it got into my mouth, and bah!
  • Brae Ye canna objec' to that, surely, for I'll be your prisoner as muckle as you'll be mine-and that'll be fair play, for we'll leave the swurd lyin' on the brae to keep the bit stick company.
  • Abe Abe would have been all right if Lambton had never come, and she had meant to marry Abe in the end; but it was different now, and Abe must get over it.
  • Rae
  • Mae
  • NAE
  • discommending

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