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How to spell BAGEN correctly?

If you're trying to spell "bagen" but realize it's incorrect, here are some possible suggestions. Firstly, "began" is the past tense of "begin". Secondly, "bargain" refers to a good deal or negotiation. Lastly, "baton" is a stick used in rhythmic performances. Always double-check for correct spelling in order to avoid confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell bagen correctly

  • bacon
  • Baden I visited the city of Baden while travelling through Austria.
  • badge He proudly wore his new police badge on his uniform.
  • badges I always like to put my badges on so people know I am important.
  • bag I need to buy a new reusable bag for groceries.
  • bagel I ordered a toasted bagel with cream cheese for breakfast.
  • Bagged I bagged three fish on my fishing trip.
  • baggy The pants were so baggy that I had to keep pulling them up.
  • bags I need to buy new bags for my grocery shopping.
  • bairn The bairn cried for hours before finally falling asleep in his mother's arms.
  • bake
  • baked I baked the cake in the oven.
  • baker The aroma of freshly baked bread often emanates from the local baker's shop.
  • bakes She bakes delicious cupcakes for special occasions.
  • baleen Strikingly similar to the whale's baleen, this is a rake-like structure that helps the fish feed
  • ban The government plans to ban the use of single-use plastics in all public places.
  • bane The cat bane will get you if you're not careful.
  • banger I'm starving and I'm eyeing that banger you're eating.
  • barge I saw a barg Cargo barge making its way down the river.
  • barged She barged into the room and started speaking.
  • barges The barges carried the logs down the river.
  • barmen I need a drink, I think I'll go to the barmen.
  • barn The barn is near the house.
  • baron The baron is a member of the nobility.
  • barren The barren landscape is a stark contrast to the vibrant flowers surrounding it.
  • basin I filled my basin with water from the faucet.
  • baton Police officers use a baton as a weapon to move people away from danger.
  • batten
  • beaten The athlete was beaten by his opponent in the final round of the championship.
  • Been
  • Began The storm began began to brew yesterday when the sun emerged from behind the clouds.
  • beget She hopes her hard work will beget success in her career.
  • begin I begin my day by waking up at 5am.
  • Begun I have begun learning how to play the guitar.
  • ben
  • bergen Bergen is a beautiful city located in southwestern Norway.
  • bogey That bogey over the river is sure to bring me bad luck.
  • Bowen Her husband, Bowen, was killed in action in Iraq.
  • Boxen
  • fagin He run a kind of secret network of thieves, beggars, and prostitutes called Fagin's gang.
  • gen The gen found in DNA determines an individual's inherited traits.
  • oaken The oaken door slipped shut with a thud.
  • pagan
  • Sagan The astronomer Carl Sagan was a renowned scientist.
  • taken She had taken her medicine before going to bed.
  • wagon We took the wagon to the marketplace.
  • waken I waken to the sound of birds chirping outside my window every morning.

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