Correct spelling for BAZ

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Possible correct spellings for baz

  • az I kant think ov enny thing more intrinsically burlesque than tew be standing in the presence ov one ov the most imposing revelations of Nature on this footstool, and while rapt in fear and admirashun, and chastened az it were by the God ov Nature, tew hav a peddling imp ov humanity sacrilegisly disturb yure adorashun by thrusting in yure face a paltry piece ov petrified deadbeatery, and with all the nonchalence and impudence ov a cold buckwheat slapjack ask yu two dollars and fifty cents for what iz wuss than offal.
  • ba Mr. Pickwick had scarcely finished his breakfast next morning when Mr. Dowler brought in no less a person than his friend, Angelo Cyrus Bantam, Esquire, to introduce to him, and to administer his stock greeting, Welcome to Ba-ath, sir.
  • baa Shepherdess! Shepherdess! When they cry " Baa," Shepherdess! Shepherdess! Knows where they are.
  • bad Fenellan then, to prove that he could be as bad in his way as Colney, fell to work on the absent Miss Priscilla Graves and Mr. Pempton, with a pitchfork's exaltation of the sacred attachment of the divergently meritorious couple, and a melancholy reference to implacable obstacles in the principles of each.
  • bag He filled a bag with them, and gave it to one of the sbirri, and then told me that I must also give up the bound manuscripts which I had in my possession.
  • ban But his presence in the Reichstag was unavailing, and the proceedings resulted in his being placed under the ban of the empire.
  • bap Annesley, Richard, sixth earl of Anglesey (bap.
  • bar Long about noon he found him by a deadfall alongside of a bar.
  • bat But me, I can't let anybody bat a mystery like that up to me without going through a few Sherlock Holmes motions.
  • bay The blood-bay snorted and came hard against the bit in a desire to follow.
  • biz The B-side to "10538 Overture" was "First Movement (Jumping Biz)", an instrumental by Wood.
  • Bah " Bah as much as you please.
  • discommending

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