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  • baal I well remember the voice of more than seven thousand, even at that day, who had never bowed the knee to the Baal of slavery that was raised in favor of the course pursued by the noble woman.
  • bail We will go together to M. Britard, who, after hearing your case, will discharge my bail."
  • balboa Sarmiento, Betanzos and Balboa call him Ayar Auca.
  • bale But I was equally certain that it was not linen, for the blade penetrated as freely as it would have done into a mass of butter, and this would not have been the case had it been a bale of linen.
  • bali The most common wangsa in Bali in terms of numbers, is Sudra—90 percent of Balinese Hindus belong to it which are the common people as farmers and others.
  • ball Oh, he will open the ball.
  • ballad At length he relented, but said I was to sing him another song; then another, and so on, until I had sung him every song and ballad I knew.
  • balled The process here is: event (insult) --> physiological arousal (balled fists, sweat, tension) --> interpretation ("I have balled fists, and tension") --> emotion (anger: "I am angry").
  • ballet She was still a second-line girl in the Corps de Ballet of the Orient Palace of Varieties.
  • ballot They hadn't begun to ballot."
  • bally Mr. Bally is one of the most rapid and skilful men in the operation of casting from the living face, and was extremely anxious to procure casts from the Ojibbeways; and, to a gentleman of so much worth to science, as well as for his amiable and gentle disposition, I felt bound to lend my best efforts in gaining for him the privilege.
  • balsa When the Indians wish to go in the shallowest waters they use a very small balsa not over eight feet long, barely capable of supporting the weight of one man. On the other hand, large balsas constructed for use in crossing the rough waters of the deeper portions of the lake are capable of carrying a dozen people and their luggage.
  • bawl He was overcome and the "bawl" had got the best of him.
  • belie Now Longhill Avenue does not belie its name.
  • bell Effie, now do ring the bell; Mrs. Robinson ought to have tea on the table."
  • belle Slipping his hand through the reins above where she grasped them, he held Anna Belle on his knee.
  • belly Obeying Mary's instructions, she hit him "in the belly."
  • bill Never was a better woodsman than old Bill.
  • billy "Of course it is," replied Unc' Billy.
  • bola
  • boll
  • bull
  • bully
  • calla
  • Balling In 1910 Austin commenced his regular operatic career, appearing as Wotan and Wanderer, and doubling as Gunther, in the Edinburgh Denhof Company Ring cycle under Michael Balling.
  • Blair Tell Blair to breeze in."
  • Allie And Allie has a tutor!
  • Bella She might be called Bella.
  • Billie "We haven't but one with us and she's a cousin, but here she is," replied Billie.
  • Bela "I can't say it when I think you mad," murmured Bela.
  • BAHIA It is possible that the Brazilians may imitate the example of those fellows at Bahia, and attempt to attack you, said Jack to Bevan; you will therefore keep a good lookout, and allow no boat to approach under any pretence whatever.
  • baler An example of siege during this time, prolonged during 337 days due to the isolation of the surrounded troops, was the Siege of Baler, in which a reduced group of Spanish soldiers was besieged in a small church by the Philippine rebels in the course of the Philippine Revolution and the Spanish–American War, until months after the Treaty of Paris, the end of the conflict.
  • ballsy The couple raised five children: Maria Elena (" Ballsy"; born 1954), Aurora Corazon ("Pinky"; born 1957), Benigno Simeon III ("Noynoy"; born 1960), Victoria Elisa ("Viel"; born 1961) and Kristina Bernadette ("Kris"; born 1971).
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36 words made from the letters ballia

3 letter words made from ballia:

ail, baa, lab, ill, iaa, ala, llb, ali, all, aba, alb, bai.

4 letter words made from ballia:

laib, bali, abal, ball, bail, blaa, baal, lail, baia, bill.

5 letter words made from ballia:

ablai, balal, allai, biala, abila, baali, lalab, balai, ilala, balli, balla, bilal, alabi, balia.

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