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  • bacon He took with him sixty bows and ten, A piece of beef, another of bacon.
  • bairn No doubt, said Miss Cardigan; but you look pale, Daisy, my bairn.
  • ban In the black people of the town the strong influence of slavery was still operative, and with one accord they turned away from one of their own kind upon whom had been set the ban of the white people's displeasure.
  • banal "If I'm not to be banal, neither must you be impracticable.
  • banana "No, I was Dagdagalisit, but used the bark of the banana tree for a clout, because I changed my form.
  • band Doesn't it beat the band?
  • bandana He calculated the distance with a quick glance, took the bandana from his neck and tied it to the rope, and increased the length by a second bandana from his pocket.
  • bandy They were not met to bandy personalities, but as citizens united in the face of calamity by affection for their common borough.
  • bane Florence was a very nice girl, but jealousy was her bane.
  • bang Then she heard-not the key put into the hall door; it had not occurred to her that she was much too far away to hear that-but the bang of the door being shut.
  • banjo He proposed his sixty-five-dollar banjo for membership in the club and went in with it of course.
  • bank You are in the bank, ain't you?"
  • banning Strangely enough, other Banning women have neat, precisely waved hair which is seldom untidy or out of place.
  • banns "There ain't goin' to be no banns; leastways, there ain't goin' to be none called.
  • bantu The two airs next following are danced to by the Bacas:- The following air is common among all the tribes between the Shangaan country, north of Delagoa Bay, and Pondoland:- The three last examples given are songs heard by one of the writers among the Tongas and Shangaans:- In their songs the Bantu have never got beyond a few words set to a tune of a few bars, these being sung with monotonous repetition.
  • banyan A Banyan, named Herranand, who was his jeweller, had bought a diamond of three meticals weight, for which he paid 100,000 rupees, yet had not done it so covertly but news of it was brought to the king; and some friend of Herrenand presently acquainted him that it had come to the king's knowledge.
  • banzai It is no secret that our ships were sent to the Pacific to minimize the danger of a conflict with our great commercial rival in the Far East, if not to avert it altogether, and Banzai!
  • barman "You'll take the same room, sir," said the barman, handing him the drink, and wondering at his hurried manner.
  • barn McAlpin was the first to get the news at the barn.
  • baron On the following day we went to Sulzbach, where the Baron of Schaumburg, who knew Madame d'Urfe, gave us a warm welcome.
  • basin The next day he kept his promise, and we had the pleasure of seeing the marble basin filled with ten or twelve beautiful girls who swam about in the water.
  • bataan The 60th was to provide air defense over Manila Bay and the southern tip of the Bataan Peninsula, and was equipped with 3-inch guns (an older model with a vertical range of 8,200 m), 37mm Guns, .
  • baton Mr. A. Murat, Baton Rouge, in the New Orleans "Bee," June 20, 1837. "Ranaway, the negro Manuel, much marked with irons."
  • bean Mell searched the pocket, and found there a Tonquin bean, screwed up in a bit of paper.
  • benign Her restlessness, so unlike her usual benign placidity, at last attracted her husband's notice.
  • benin Wari, the capital of Jakri, though almost if not actually as old a town as Benin City, has never had the bad reputation that the latter city has always had.
  • bonn
  • bran
  • bunion
  • bunyan
  • canaan
  • canon
  • nan
  • Began I began to think you were dead."
  • Boning
  • Brian
  • Conan
  • Jinan
  • bans Soon their approaching marriage became the topic of the village; and, finally, one Sunday, after mass, the bans were first published by the vicar.
  • banes Thirty-two thousand pineapples were shipped from Banes in 1894.
  • bananas He sold me some bananas and a couple of muskmelons for breakfast, and points out which road leads to Rosemere.
  • ANON There Sir Launcelot unarmed him, and set his harness by him, and went to bed, and anon he fell asleep.
  • NAAN
  • BANI Modern Abu Dhabi traces its origins to the rise of an important tribal confederation, the Bani Yas, in the late 18th century, which also assumed control of Dubai.
  • Baden A week or ten days after the departure of the dresses for Baden-Baden we heard a noise, the voices of women, and all the doors were opened.
  • binman
  • burgles
  • dissings

10 words made from the letters banan

3 letter words made from banan:

ana, nan, baa, ban, nab, aba.

4 letter words made from banan:

5 letter words made from banan:

naban, banna.

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