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  • babe Who nursed thee when a babe?
  • baboon Its food lay untasted on the floor; it much preferred, no doubt, and from no fault of its own, poor thing, a nice, plump, squalling baboon to the finest of chops without the fun!
  • baby "Less trouble than any baby I've ever had to do with.
  • balboa She stretched out her hands-a small, petticoated Balboa-to the world she had discovered.
  • bamboo The instrument of correction, called pan-tsee, is a bamboo a little flattened, broad at the bottom, and polished at the upper extremity, in order to manage it more easily with the hand.
  • ban The ban-officers shortly began their work.
  • banal The pictures were banal; and there was no garden.
  • band The band agreed; but woe, alas!
  • bandy Joel and David trotted on as fast as possible, by many a short cut through the woods, till they reached the foot of " Bandy Leg Mountain," so called because the hermit who had lived and died there had short crooked legs.
  • bane The fruit, whatever form it should assume, was nothing within but bane, and was to be detested and shunned in proportion as the form was fair and its promises delicious.
  • bang Far in the distance sounded a sudden bang.
  • bangor Brother Curtis entered the Maine Conference in 1845, and in that Conference and the East Maine he filled the following appointments: Bingham, Corinth, Onoro, Frankfort, Searsport, Brick Chapel, Bangor, Bangor District, and again Brick Chapel.
  • banjo By a little after three all had arrived, the Porter boys with their Punch and Judy show which they had promised to bring, and Ben with his banjo.
  • bank He wanted three thousand in the bank, and so they had waited.
  • banner I am from the New York Banner.
  • bannock Boiled beef, strong black tea, and bannock, were the main foods, but out of compliment to their visitor, they fried a quantity of delicious mushrooms, and, although the Blackfeet seldom eat them, Tony fairly devoured several helpings.
  • banns There was no delay in crying the banns, and the lovers went about as in a dream of rapture.
  • bantu But the distinction is based on social, linguistic, and cultural, as well as on physical grounds, so that, as at present constituted, the Sudanese and Bantu really constitute two tolerably well-defined branches of the Negro family.
  • barb " Barb," said Fannie, "I've just thought of something we must attend to in the house at once!"
  • barber At the age of twenty I was an accomplished barber.
  • beanbag Beanbag genetics is a conceptual model of genetics which was used by early Mendelians, who used to keep colored beans in bags as a way of tracking Mendelian ratios.
  • bimbo It was part of the Talkartoons series, and featured Betty Boop (here known as Nancy Lee) and Bimbo (as "Barnacle Bill").
  • bingo But Bingo, though he might bluster and barge about dishonourable conduct, would never give away a man who had trusted him.
  • bonbon But, with a limited vocabulary, the task was not easy and, as I could not think of any words to express what was meant by red tape, circumlocution, and short service, my exposition was limited to enlarging on the facts that the warriors of my native country were exceeding valiant folk with very fine chests, that they wore highly padded red coats and little hats like half bonbon boxes cocked on one side and that they would never consent to be slaves.
  • bongo G. Eight from the parts between the rivers Formosa and Loango, viz. , the Bongo, the Ako, the Ibu, the Rungo, the Akuonga, the Karaba, the Uobo, the Kouri.
  • bubo In Norway, great black-backed gulls have also been reported to fall prey to Eurasian eagle-owls (Bubo bubo).
  • bugaboo Even for children, the grim King of Terrors had become a bugaboo to laugh at; red wounds and ghastly sights are things of everyday experience; there is a slump in mortality.
  • bunco "Are ye hurt, Bunco?" inquired Will Osten with much anxiety, when the man rose, covered with dust and blood, and stood before them.
  • nabob
  • rainbow
  • Bilbo Bagshot Park, home of the Earl and Countess of Wessex Bagshot Beds, an Eocene sedimentary rock formation Bagshot, a settlement in Shalbourne, Wiltshire, England Other Bathilda Bagshot, a fictional character in the Harry Potter books Bristol Bagshot, a British biplane fighter design Bagshot Row, a fictional street near Bag End, the residence of Bilbo Baggins, and later Frodo Baggins before he bequeathed it to Samwise Gamgee in the Lord of the Rings
  • Bono Arthur Henderson, who was a very recent acquisition, emerged stealthily from the council chamber after the manner of the conspirator in an Adelphi drama, and intimated that they thought that they would be able to get on without me. In obedience to an unwritten law, the last-joined member was always expected to do odd jobs of this kind, just as at some schools the bottom boy of the form is called upon by the form-master to perform certain menial offices pro bono publico.
  • Bambi But the Bambi of these days and rapture were no longer playmates.
  • Barbour Barbour, of Virginia, frankly admitted that slavery "like all other human things is mixed with good and evil-the latter, no doubt, preponderating."
  • Barnaby By Charles Dickens- Barnaby Rudge.
  • Barbie In 1997, the Danish band Aqua used the word bimbo in their major hit " Barbie Girl," using the dumb blonde archetype as well ("Im a blonde bimbo girl.
  • bans Bans on nuclear testing, anti-ballistic missile systems, and weapons in space all attempted to limit the expansion of the arms race through the Partial Test Ban Treaty.
  • banes Brace had made up his mind to see the luggage and stores placed on board the brig, which had now been warped alongside one of the wharves; but, on going out from the hotel and catching sight of the American, he went back and joined his brother, who was having a long final chat with Captain Banes.
  • BANI Bani Khalid one of the Bedouin tribes in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt and Syria.
  • disburbing

25 words made from the letters banboo

3 letter words made from banboo:

ban, nob, abo, boo, nab, boa, ono, bob.

5 letter words made from banboo:

baboo, abobo, onoba, noboa, nabob, booba, naboo, bonao, banoo.

4 letter words made from banboo:

babo, obbo, aboo, boon, obba, boab, obon, boob.

Misspelling of the day

Emmits

  • admits
  • amity's
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  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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