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Correct spelling for BAFFOON
We think the word baffoon is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for baffoon
- Bacon(Definition of bacon)
- Baton(Definition of baton)
- Balloon(Definition of balloon)
- Baboon(Definition of baboon)
- Baron(Definition of baron)
- Buffing(Definition of Buffing)
- Bassoon(Definition of bassoon)
- Buffoon(Definition of buffoon)
- Boon(Definition of boon)
- Baffling(Definition of baffling)
He carried bread and bacon tied up in a handkerchief in his hand, and disappeared into the wood as quickly as he could; and as soon as he was gone mrs. mugford very solemnly put the trousers and shirt, that he had worn when he came in, upon the fire and burned them.
The young bonaparte proved himself a very wizard of human nature when he exclaimed: "every soldier of france carries a marshal's baton in his knapsack."
Balloon politicians may become inflated by the hydrogen of party spirit and rise in the political atmosphere followed by the eyes and elated by the shouts of thousands.
It was even said that baboon was on fair terms with the dog at the door.
The baron could scarcely stand.
After a big tonal climax followed by the lugubrious monologue of a bassoon the work closed.
The fox thought also to steal away along the copses, the worst and most baffling course he could choose.